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Synonyms for win

be victorious in

Synonyms

  • be victorious in
  • succeed in
  • prevail in
  • come first in
  • finish first in
  • be the victor in
  • gain victory in
  • achieve first place in

Antonyms

  • lose
  • fail in
  • suffer defeat in

be victorious

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Antonyms

win someone over or round

win through

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Synonyms for win

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to obtain possession or control of

to come into possession of

to receive, as wages, for one's labor

win over: to cause (another) to believe or feel sure about something

the act of conquering

Synonyms for win

a victory (as in a race or other competition)

something won (especially money)

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be the winner in a contest or competition

win something through one's efforts

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Antonyms

obtain advantages, such as points, etc.

References in periodicals archive ?
Indigenous can't win because Hong Kong racing isn't as good as that in Europe and he hasn't even won every race he's run there.
The way to look at it is whether I can still win the championship, and as a world champion and someone who wants to fight for a world championship, you don't give up until you can't win it.
We are desperate to win and there's not a single guy in the changing room who believes we can't win," Flood said.
Live tennis Eurosport, midnight IT'S six months until we probably get to see the Daily Mail's hand-wringing about why a British player can't win Wimbledon so it's good to see that even Australians are now getting in on the act, writes Graham Woods.
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And worse, for the poor employee responsible for the move, it's a clear case of you can't win for losing.
Jones and his allies can't win on the floor of either house, so they're trying this scheme to circumvent the legislative process.
As they say in the ads for lottery drawings, "You can't win if you're not in.
O'Reilly shot back: "We all know you can demonize your opponent when you can't win an argument.
And keep an eye out for Deitch's cameo as the tatted-up gambler with the exotic European accent who tells Shaver, "If you don't play, you can't win.
One of the most common is their small team doing the bids just is so inexperienced and/or unskilled they can't win.
It can't win a Tony, it won't tour to your hometown, the dance routines will never show up in a Gap ad and only a handful of connoisseurs will buy the original cast album--if, that is, some idealistic record label troubles to produce it.
He said: "I don't see any reason why I can't win at Birkdale.
Washington today is like a demented casino whose motto is a twisted variant of that state lottery slogan: "You can't win if you don't play -- but, boy, can you lose.
What this lot can't win in the courts, they may gain through other means.