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Extremist political parties gained 11% of the vote.
Bolivia gained independence from Spain in 1825.
She gained a first in her French degree.
He gained entry to the building by showing a fake pass.
Her theories have only recently gained acceptance.
She hopes to gain experience by working abroad for a year.
The property has gained steadily in value since they bought it.
I've gained a lot of weight this winter.
The toboggan sped down the hill, gaining momentum.
There is a lot to be gained from schools working together.
We should act immediately. There is nothing to be gained from waiting.
Whether you succeed or fail, you are sure to gain from the experience.
When the business is sold, all the brothers stand to gain.
This is the British English definition of gain. View American English definition of gain.
the occasion on which Jesus Christ was brought back to life after his death, according to the Bible