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The winner of the tournament gets $50,000.
She was a gold medal winner at the last Olympics.
There was a standing ovation for the three-time winner of the competition.
The next shot would decide the winner.
Phillips scored the winner only three minutes before the whistle.
Her latest book looks like another winner.
We knew immediately we were onto a winner.
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English version of definition of winner
a generation … who are balancing working life with caring for both their teenage children and elderly parents
a type of cake shaped like a tube with chocolate on top and cream inside
to gossip or share personal information with someone …
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American definition of winner from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.