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  1. win

    • IPA[wɪn]

    英式

    • v.
      be successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict);acquire or secure as a result of a contest, conflict, bet, or other endeavour
    • n.
      a successful result in a contest, conflict, bet, or other endeavour; a victory
    • verb: win, 3rd person present: wins, gerund or present participle: winning, past tense: won, past participle: won

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. be successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict):

      United won four games in a row

      the government is winning the battle against inflation

    • 2. acquire or secure as a result of a contest, conflict, bet, or other endeavour:

      there are hundreds of prizes to be won

      the sort of play that won them the World Cup so brilliantly

    • 3. gain (a person's attention, support, or love), typically gradually or by effort:

      you will find it difficult to win back their attention

    • 4. gain the support or favour of someone by action or persuasion:

      her sense of humour had won him over at once

    • 5. manage to succeed or achieve something by effort:

      a determination to win through against all the odds

    • 6. manage to reach (a place) by effort:

      many lived to win the great cave

    • 7. obtain (ore) from a mine.
    • 8. dry (hay) by exposure to the air.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a successful result in a contest, conflict, bet, or other endeavour; a victory:

      a 3–0 win over Birmingham

    • adj.
      gaining, resulting in, or relating to victory in a contest or competition:
    • a winning streak
    • n.
      money won, especially by gambling:
    • he went to collect his winnings

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    • adj.
      gaining, resulting in, or relating to victory in a contest or competition:
    • a winning streak
    • n.
      money won, especially by gambling:
    • he went to collect his winnings

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    • v. past and past participle of win

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    • n. the basic monetary unit of North and South Korea, equal to 100 jun in North Korea and 100 jeon in South Korea.

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    • v. past and past participle of win

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    • n. the basic monetary unit of North and South Korea, equal to 100 jun in North Korea and 100 jeon in South Korea.

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    • adj. of or denoting a situation in which each party benefits in some way:

    • we are aiming for a win-win situation

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    • adj. of or denoting a situation in which each party benefits in some way:

    • we are aiming for a win-win situation

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    • IPA[win]

    美式

    • v.
      be successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict):
    • the Mets have won four games in a row

      a determination to win

    • n.
      a successful result in a contest, conflict, bet, or other endeavor; a victory:
    • a win against Norway

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