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won /win/
  • danh từ
    • sự thắng cuộc
      • our team has had three wins this season: mùa này đội chúng tôi đã thắng ba trận
  • ngoại động từ won
    • chiếm, đoạt, thu được, nhận được, kiếm được, có được
      • to win a prize: đoạt giải
      • to win money: kiếm được tiền
      • to win one's bread: làm ăn sinh sống
      • to win glory: đạt được vinh quang
    • thắng cuộc; thắng
      • to win a race: thắng cuộc đua
      • to win a battle: thắng trận
      • to win the war: chiến thắng
      • to win the day; to win the field: thắng
    • thu phục, tranh thủ, lôi kéo
      • to win all hearts: thu phục được lòng mọi người
      • to win someone's confidence: tranh thủ được lòng tin cậy của ai
    • đạt đến, đến
      • to win the summit: đạt tới đỉnh
      • to win the shore: tới bờ, cập bến
  • nội động từ
    • thắng cuộc, thắng trận
      • which side won?: bên nào thắng?
      • to win hands down: thắng dễ dàng
    • (+ upon) càng ngày càng lôi kéo; thuyết phục được
      • Marxism-Leninism is winning upon millions of people: chủ nghĩa Mác Lê-nin ngày càng lôi kéo được hàng triệu người
    • to win back
      • lấy lại, chiếm lại
    • to win out
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) thắng cuộc, thắng trận
    • to win over
      • lôi kéo về
    • to win through
      • khắc phục, chiến thắng (khó khăn)
Concise Dictionary
Wons|wonned|wonningwʌn
noun
+the basic unit of money in South Korea
+the basic unit of money in North Korea
adj.
+not subject to defeat
winning|won|winswɪn
noun
+a victory (as in a race or other competition)
+something won (especially money)
verb
+be the winner in a contest or competition; be victorious
+win something through one's efforts
+obtain advantages, such as points, etc.
+attain success or reach a desired goal

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 come (in or out) first, carry the day, conquer, overcome; carry off (the palm), finish first (in), achieve first place (in), triumph (in), be victorious (in), be the victor (in), gain a victory (in), prevail (in), succeed (in), take first prize (in), Colloq bring home the bacon:
Which team is more likely to win today? We seem to have won the battle but not the war.
2 gain, carry off or away, attain, acquire, get, obtain, secure, procure, receive, collect, net, bag, earn, realize, pick up, glean:
Look at all those trophies Gillian has won playing golf!
3 win over. influence, sway, incline, persuade, charm, prevail upon, convert, induce, bring round or around, convince:
Don't think that Gilbert can be won over without a strong argument.
n.
4 victory, conquest, triumph, success:
So far this season we have recorded six wins and one loss for the Surrey Scouts.
Advanced English Dictionary
past tense, past participle of WIN


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