prizewinner


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prize·win·ner

 (prīz′wĭn′ər)
n.
One that wins a prize.

prizewinner

(ˈpraɪzˌwɪnə)
n
a person, animal, or thing that wins a prize
ˈprizeˌwinning adj
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prizewinner

noun winner, champion, victor, champ (informal) The lucky prizewinner will win a holiday for two.
Translations
výherce
præmievinder
palkinnon voittaja
dobitnik nagrade
受賞者
수상자
pristagare
ผู้ชนะรางวัล
người trúng giải

prizewinner

[ˈpraɪzˌwɪnəʳ] Npremiado/a m/f

prizewinner

[ˈpraɪzwɪnər] nlauréat(e) m/f

prizewinner

[ˈpraɪzˌwɪnəʳ] n (in competition, lottery) → vincitore/trice (Scol) (in show) → premiato/a

prizewinner

الفَائِزُ بِالـجَائِزَةِ výherce præmievinder Preisträger νικητής επάθλου premiado palkinnon voittaja gagnant dobitnik nagrade vincitore 受賞者 수상자 prijswinnaar prisvinner laureat premiado призер pristagare ผู้ชนะรางวัล ödüllü người trúng giải 得奖人
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The honor of being a friend of the prizewinner is enough for me.
During the event, the Al Kanz RO100,000 prizewinner was announced for the month of April.
CCP president Raul Sunico, himself a prizewinner in local and foreign music competitions, notes the increasing number of contestants in the Namcya.
com/everton The prizewinner and their guest must agree to abide by the Stadium rules at all times.
Prize is a one-day trip for the prizewinner and one guest to London, includes one night's accommodation in a 3-star hotel and pounds 100 towards travel expenses per person.
Turner Prize-nominated Hume, who was named a John Moores prizewinner in 1997, said choosing the finalists had been a difficult task.
We have seven family tickets to give away to our younger members, aged up to seven, each valid for four people plus the top prizewinner will win a meet and greet with the cast.
Travel costs to/from UK departure airport are the responsibility of the prizewinner.
Nobel prizewinner Suu Kyi is the elected leader of Burma (Myanmar) but has been detained by a military junta since the 1990 vote.
The grand-prize winner will receive a $10,000 savings bond, the second prizewinner will receive a $5,000 savings bond, and the third prizewinner will win a $3,000 savings bond.
This serial prizewinner (for his novel The Known World, 2003, and short stories in Lost in the City, 1992) presents a volume of 14 tales that have won widespread praise.
Orange prizewinner Kate Grenville takes us back to her native Australia at the beginning of the 19th century, when the only residents were either Aborigines or convicts.