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To win a prize, or to award a prize - thesaurus

Synonyms

medal

verb

to win a medal by coming first, second or third in a competition

award

verb

to give someone a prize or other reward because they have achieved something

walk off with

to win something easily

carry off

to win a prize

take

verb

to win a prize in a competition or a vote in an election

sweep

verb

to win something easily

pocket

verb

to win or get an amount of money

collect

verb

to win or earn money or a prize

claim

verb

mainly journalism to win something such as a prize or a top position in sport

walk away with

to win something easily

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crown

verb

to give someone a crown for winning a competition

crown

verb

to give someone a title for winning an important sports competition

hit the jackpot

to win the most important prize in a competition

honour

verb

to show your respect or admiration for someone, especially by giving them a prize or a title, or by praising them publicly

pick up

informal to win something such as a prize

recapture

verb

to win something again from an opponent

sweep the board

to win everything

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gaslight

to manipulate someone psychologically so that they begin to question their own perceptions and memories

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Dunning-Kruger effect

the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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