win

All Verb Noun
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  • What if there were more need for her to win back to him? Cited from The Pit, by Frank Norris
  • Things were going as they should for a team that could win the west.
  • He would go on to win the title a further three times.
  • To date the award has always gone to a member of the winning side.
  • It was the first play to win all three of these major awards.
  • This was a second victory of country won back to back title.
  • This was a second victory of country won back to back title.
  • The team went on to win seven straight games and their conference co-championship.
  • Teams receive three points for a win and one point for a draw.
  • James went on to win re-election for a second term.
  • The Championship section was for players who had previously won an international tournament.
  • He also won back to back races for the first time in his career.
  • He also won back to back races for the first time in his career.
  • This is mainly because no team has managed to win back to back championships.
  • This is mainly because no team has managed to win back to back championships.
  • This marked the first and only time a team won back-to-back championships.
  • This marked the first and only time a team won back-to-back championships.
  • In the past two years, it has won back-to-back regular season championships.
  • In the past two years, it has won back-to-back regular season championships.
  • His teams won back-to-back state championships during his junior and senior years.
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Meaning of win

  • noun A victory (as in a race or other competition)
    he was happy to get the win
  • verb Be the winner in a contest or competition; be victorious
    He won the Gold Medal in skating, Our home team won, Win the game