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Every time we play tennis, she wins.
Who won the race?
The 1970 elections were won by a coalition led by Allende.
The Ravens won by a field goal in the last minute of the game.
No matter who wins the war, there will be heavy casualties on both sides.
Why is it that whenever we argue, you always win?
Our ski team won a gold medal at the Olympics.
Raoul won first prize in a spelling contest.
He won $4,000 in the lottery last week.
We've won a $3 million contract to build the new bridge.
The city has won the right to host the Games.
The bill is winning a lot of support from farmers.
He was never able to win her love.
It was a tough fight, but we won the day and got our raise.
Win or lose, you must be proud that you got this far.
Whatever I do, she isn't happy; you just can't win.
I thought we'd get the extra business, but I guess you can't win them all.
Okay, you win, we'll go and see the kung fu movie.
This is the American English definition of win. View British English definition of win.