Win synonyms

wĭn

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To gain a victory
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An instance of having won a competition or battle.
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To succeed in accomplishing; bring about:
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To gain victory or success; win mastery
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Succeed is defined as to accomplish a goal or to come next.
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To overcome by physical, mental, or moral force; get the better of; defeat
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To cause to do something by reasoning, urging, or inducement; prevail upon
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To do; succeed in doing; complete (a task, time, or distance)
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To overcome is to prevail in spite of adversity, to successfully solve a problem or defeat an opponent, or to be consumed with something.
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To convince
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To bring to nothing; frustrate
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The definition of acquire means to get or to come into control of something.
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The achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted:
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(Archaic) To arrive at; reach or achieve
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(Intransitive) To come or go near, in place or time; to draw nigh; to advance nearer.
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Gain is defined as to get something or to add on or increase.
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To beat is to win, or to arrive first for something.
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To be most common or frequent; be predominant:
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(Idiomatic) To persuade someone, gain someone's support, or make someone understand the truth or validity of something.
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To protect with, or make invulnerable by, spells, charms, or supernatural influences.
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To exert or have influence on; have an effect on the nature, behavior, development, action, or thought of
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(Intransitive, colloquial) To proceed (in a direction).
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To exert influence or control over:
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To reproduce convincingly.
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To demolish or destroy (a building etc.).
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To gain a victory
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To reach or come to, by progression or motion; to arrive at.
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To earn or to deserve.
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To cause to do.
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To bring about; produce as a result; cause; accomplish
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To receive into a particular relation or association, as into one's care or keeping:
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To cause to change as from one religion, doctrine, or course to another
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To secure is to firmly attach something, to take action to make an area safe or to obtain something that you have been seeking.
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To leave a ship or boat and go on shore; disembark
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To obtain possession or control of
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To move swiftly in a lofty manner, as if in a trailing robe:
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Something that one loses or has to give up because of some crime, fault, or neglect of duty; specif., a fine or penalty
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The amount of something lost:
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To have a right to because of acts or qualities; be worthy of (reward, punishment, etc.); merit
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(Formerly dialect, now informal) to obtain, to purchase (as in drugs), to get hold of, to take
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To learn, to grasp; to begin to understand.
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(Reflexive) To devote or apply (oneself).
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Alternative form of get the better of.
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To present with an excessive amount:
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Alternative form of bring round.
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(Idiomatic) To convince; to persuade.
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(Volleyball, Tennis, etc.) To hit (the ball or shuttlecock) into the net
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(Computer science) To terminate a child process that has previously exited, thereby removing it from the process table.
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The condition or fact of not achieving the desired end or ends:
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(Intransitive) To leave a road; to exit.
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(Plural only) Collective form of profit.
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Used other than as an idiom: see bring,‎ over.
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To prove deficient or lacking; perform ineffectively or inadequately:
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To set free from an enchantment or illusion
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To gain (success, reward, recognition) through applied effort or work.
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(Informal) To have status, importance, or influence:
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(Intransitive) To come near to; to pass; to visit.
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(Criminal law) To induce or persuade someone to do something.
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To receive, as wages, for one's labor
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The spoils of a win; something that has been won
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To bring to view or notice; to offer or propose; to show.
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(Idiomatic, intransitive) to start being in a winning position (e.g. in a race or competition).
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(Idiomatic) To progress; to move forward.
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(Idiomatic) to become farther from another traveling the same course.
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(Idiomatic) To survive, to endure.
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(Idiomatic, informal) To have a remunerative job; to have a career which satisfies one's financial needs to the extent that it can support oneself and one's family.
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(Idiomatic) To keep one's promises.
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To undergo or suffer loss
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To gain a victory
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To give an edge to (a blade); sharpen.
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(Intransitive, baseball) To come up to bat.
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(Business, finance) To convert any kind of property into money, especially property representing investments, as shares, bonds, etc.
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(Sports & Games) To achieve or gain in a game or contest:
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Upset is defined as to disturb physically, mentally or emotionally.
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An act of winning; victory, as in a contest
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