to gain victory in (a battle, argument, or struggle)He does not have any reasonable chance of winning the election.
be victorious in,
come first in,
finish first in,
be the victor in,
gain victory in,
achieve first place in
suffer defeat in
Our team is confident of winning again this year.
I hope they succeed in reaching an agreement.
a symbol of good triumphing over evil
We hoped that common sense would prevail.
carry the day,
sweep the board,
take the prize,
achieve first place,
carry all before you,
to gain (sympathy, approval, or support)The first correct entry will win the prize.
The company didn't disclose how much it expects to gain from the deal.
The problem was how to get enough food.
I received your letter.
land (informal), ,
She landed a place on the graduate training scheme.
There are many who will work hard to achieve these goals.
The dancers can earn up to £130 for each session.
The smart ones will have already bagged their seats.
His achievements helped him to secure the job.
They collected donations for a fund to help the earthquake victims.
Evans was trying to obtain a false passport.
She has acquired a 50% stake in the company.
He's halfway to attaining his pilot's licence.
It was difficult to procure food and other daily necessitites.
come away with
a success, victory, or triumphArsenal's run of eight games without a win
His players deserved this famous victory.
the success of European business in building a stronger partnership
Cataract operations are a triumph of modern surgery.
This hidden treasure charts the brutal Spanish conquest of the Aztecs.
See win someone over or round
See win through
You can't win them all
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in the sense of achieve
to gain by hard work or effortThere are many who will work hard to achieve these goals.
in the sense of acquire
to get or develop (something such as an object, trait, or ability)She has acquired a 50% stake in the company.
Video: pronunciation of 'win'
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