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Medals and prizes for winners of competitions and races

blue riband

noun

a small piece of blue cloth that is given to the winner of a competition

blue ribbon

noun

a blue riband

bronze

noun

a bronze medal

bronze medal

noun

a piece of bronze like a coin, given as a prize to someone who comes third in a sports competition

cup

noun

a large round metal container with two handles given as a prize to the winner of a competition

gold

noun

a medal made of gold that is given to the winner of a race

gold medal

noun

a medal that is given to the winner of a race or competition. The person who comes second gets a silver medal, and the person who is third gets a bronze medal.

gong

noun

a medal

medal

noun

a small flat piece of metal that you are given for winning a competition or doing something very brave

prize

noun

a reward that you get for being successful in a sport, competition, or game, or for being better than others at something. Someone who has won a prize is called a prize winner

prize

noun

relating to a prize

ribbon

noun

a small piece of coloured cloth that is given to someone who has won a prize in a competition

rosette

noun

a circular decoration made of folded brightly coloured material worn by supporters of a political party or sports team, or by someone who has won a prize

shield

noun

an object shaped like a shield given to the winner of a competition

silver

noun

a silver medal

silver medal

noun

a round flat metal object given as a prize for being second in a competition

silverware

noun

a large silver cup that is given as a prize in a sports competition

spoils

noun

the prize that someone gets when they win a competition

trophy

noun

a large silver cup or similar object given as a prize to the winner of a competition, especially a sports event

kimchi

a Korean dish made from fermented cabbage or other vegetables, garlic and spices

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