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The Definition of - Win (noun)

    verb (used without object), won, winning.
    1.
    to finish first in a race, contest, or the like.
    2.
    to succeed by striving or effort:
    He applied for a scholarship and won.
    3.
    to gain the victory; overcome an adversary:
    The home team won.
    4.
    Slang. to be successful or competent and be acknowledged for it:
    My sister wins at getting the biggest bargains.
    Compare fail (def 9).
    verb (used with object), won, winning.
    5.
    to succeed in reaching (a place, condition, etc.), especially by great effort:
    They won the shore through a violent storm.
    6.
    to get by effort, as through labor, competition, or conquest:
    He won his post after years of striving.
    7.
    to gain (a prize, fame, etc.).
    8.
    to be successful in (a game, battle, etc.).
    9.
    to make (one's way), as by effort or ability.
    10.
    to attain or reach (a point, goal, etc.).
    11.
    to gain (favor, love, consent, etc.), as by qualities or influence.
    12.
    to gain the favor, regard, or adherence of.
    13.
    to gain the consent or support of; persuade (often followed by over):
    The speech won them over to our side.
    14.
    to persuade to marry; gain in marriage.
    15.
    British Mining.
    1. to obtain (ore, coal, etc.).
    2. to prepare (a vein, bed, mine, etc.) for working, by means of shafts or the like.
    noun
    16.
    a victory, as in a game or horse race.
    17.
    the position of the competitor who comes in first in a horse race, harness race, etc.
    Compare place (def 27b), show (def 27).
    18.
    Slang.
    1. a success, or something good:
      She was having a bad week, so she really needed a win.
      Compare fail (def 14a).
    2. the state or quality of being successful or good:
      There was so much win in last night’s episode!
      Compare fail (def 14b).
    adjective
    19.
    Slang.
    1. successful or competent.
      Compare fail (def 19b).
    2. very good or of high quality; awesome:
      To hear him play, now that was win!
      Compare fail (def 19c).
    interjection
    20.
    Slang. (used to acknowledge success, competence, etc.):
    I just got tickets to the concert. Win!
    Verb phrases
    21.
    win out, to win or succeed, especially over great odds; triumph:
    His finer nature finally won out.
    Idioms
    22.
    for the win, Slang. (used to express enthusiasm for someone or something that is very good, likely to succeed, etc.):
    a plant-based diet, for the win!