Definition of 'winner'
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We just needed to find a way to get the winner. The Sun (2016)Yet envy is seemingly the big winner. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From a cost perspective the winner is pretty clear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Who was the lucky winner of this award? The Sun (2016)There will be one winner per competition. The Sun (2016)He was going like the winner at the time. The Sun (2016)The winner of each match earns a point. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My stocks were all big winners. Times, Sunday Times (2017)At the end of the day, people like a winner. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Winners could get up to 100,000 each from a 1.5million fund. The Sun (2016)The first to reach a set number of goals is the winner. The Sun (2008)The person at the end with the highest number of points is the winner. Working with Teenagers (1994)Which broadcaster is the big winner in all this? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The front pair were well clear and the winner went in again at the weekend. The Sun (2014)What makes people winners or losers to you? Christianity Today (2000)You can see pictures of the award winners at timesonline. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We use handcuffs and the winner is the person who locks cuffs on the other. The Sun (2011)There will be one winner per competition. The Sun (2015)Little scores the winner in extra time. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The winner gets a free holiday in the luxury hotel we will be staying in. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But the contest was still lacking the individual quality that would produce a match winner. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Match winner with a goal and two assists. The Sun (2007)The composer added that he could not see a clear winner yet. The Sun (2007)The judging panel will determine the winner of this award. The Sun (2008)The winner is the person with the most sticks. The Sun (2014)She was put on air from a studio phone and named as the winner of the competition. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He is four times a winner over course and distance. The Sun (2015)That meant either hitting winners or getting to the net. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If his double faults had spooked him, those winners were a shot in the arm. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Winners get a point and if it is tied it's a half. The Sun (2010)Torquay were deserved winners in a match that was effectively over just before the half-time interval. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'winner'
British English: winner /ˈwɪnə/ NOUN
The winner of a prize, race, or competition is the person, animal, or thing that wins it.
She will present the prizes to the winners.
- American English: winner
- Arabic: فَائِز
- Brazilian Portuguese: vencedor
- Chinese: 优胜者
- Croatian: pobjednik
- Czech: vítěz
- Danish: vinder
- Dutch: winnaar
- European Spanish: ganador
- Finnish: voittaja
- French: gagnant
- German: Gewinner
- Greek: νικητής
- Italian: vincitore
- Japanese: 勝者
- Korean: 승리자
- Norwegian: vinner
- Polish: zwycięzca
- European Portuguese: vencedor
- Romanian: câștigător
- Russian: победитель
- Spanish: ganador
- Swedish: vinnare
- Thai: ผู้ชนะ
- Turkish: kazanma
- Ukrainian: переможець
- Vietnamese: người chiến thằng
Definition of winner from the Collins English Dictionary
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