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a situation in which a player or team wins all of a set of important competitions in a particular sport in the same year
the fact of winning a competition or battle, or an occasion when someone wins
an instance of winning, especially in sports
a great victory or success
two victories or successes that you achieve at the same time or one after the other
informal an easy victory in a game or competition
an occasion when someone defeats an opponent who is considered to be better than them
British a situation in which you end by defeating an opponent who was winning before
informal an easy victory or achievement
mainly journalism a victory in sport that is achieved very easily
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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