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win·ning

 (wĭn′ĭng)
adj.
1.
a. Of or relating to the act of winning: drew the winning number in the lottery.
b. Successful; victorious: the winning entry; the winning team.
2. Attractive; charming: a winning personality; a winning smile.
n.
1. The act of one that wins; victory.
2. often winnings Something won, especially money.
3. A section of a mine that has been recently prepared or opened for working.

win′ning·ly adv.
win′ning·ness n.

winning

(ˈwɪnɪŋ)
adj
1. (of a person, character, etc) charming, engaging, or attractive: winning ways; a winning smile.
2. gaining victory: the winning stroke.
n
3. (Mining & Quarrying)
a. a shaft or seam of coal
b. the extraction of coal or ore from the ground
4. (Gambling, except Cards) (plural) money, prizes, or valuables won, esp in gambling
ˈwinningly adv
ˈwinningness n

win•ning

(ˈwɪn ɪŋ)

n.
1. the act of a person or thing that wins.
2. Usu., winnings. something that is won, esp. money.
adj.
3. successful or victorious: the winning team.
4. charming; engaging; pleasing: a winning personality.
[1250–1300]
win′ning•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.winning - succeeding with great difficulty; "winning is not everything"
success - an attainment that is successful; "his success in the marathon was unexpected"; "his new play was a great success"
Adj.1.winning - having wonwinning - having won; "the victorious entry"; "the winning team"
successful - having succeeded or being marked by a favorable outcome; "a successful architect"; "a successful business venture"
2.winning - very attractive; capturing interest; "a fetching new hairstyle"; "something inexpressibly taking in his manner"; "a winning personality"
attractive - pleasing to the eye or mind especially through beauty or charm; "a remarkably attractive young man"; "an attractive personality"; "attractive clothes"; "a book with attractive illustrations"

winning

adjective
1. victorious, first, top, successful, unbeaten, conquering, triumphant, undefeated, vanquishing, top-scoring, unvanquished The winning team returned home to a heroes' welcome.
plural noun
1. spoils, profits, gains, prize, proceeds, takings, booty The poker player collected his winnings and left.

winning

adjective
1. Relating to, having the nature of, or experiencing triumph:
Translations
جَذّاب، ساحِرفَائِزمُنْتَصِر، ناجِح، فائِز
vítězný
vindende
voittaja-
pobjednički
aîlaîandisigursæll
勝利を得た
승리의
podmanivý
zmagovalen
vinnande
ซึ่งมีชัยชนะ
sự chiến thắng

winning

[ˈwɪnɪŋ]
A. ADJ
1. [person, horse, team] → ganador, vencedor; [number, entry] → ganador; [goal, shot] → de la victoria, decisivo
2. (= engaging) [smile] → encantador, irresistible; [personality] → encantador, cautivador
B. CPD winning post Nmeta f

winning

[ˈwɪnɪŋ] adj
[team] → gagnant(e); [goal] → gagnant(e); [entry, numbers, ticket] → gagnant(e)
to score the winning goal → inscrire le but gagnant, marquer le but gagnant
(= charming) [smile, personality] → conquérant(e)winning post npoteau m d'arrivée

winning

adj
(= successful) person, entryder/die gewinnt; horse, teamsiegreich; goalSieges-; point, stroke(das Spiel) entscheidend; the winning timedie beste Zeit; winning scoreSpielergebnis nt
(= charming) smile, waysgewinnend, einnehmend
n winnings
plGewinn m

winning

[ˈwɪnɪŋ] adj
a. (gen) → vincente; (hit, shot, goal) → decisivo/a
b. (charming) → affascinante
a winning smile → un sorriso accattivante
see also winnings

win

(win) present participle ˈwinning: past tense, past participle won (wan) verb
1. to obtain (a victory) in a contest; to succeed in coming first in (a contest), usually by one's own efforts. He won a fine victory in the election; Who won the war/match?; He won the bet; He won (the race) in a fast time / by a clear five metres.
2. to obtain (a prize) in a competition etc, usually by luck. to win first prize; I won $5 in the crossword competition.
3. to obtain by one's own efforts. He won her respect over a number of years.
noun
a victory or success. She's had two wins in four races.
ˈwinner noun
ˈwinning adjective
1. victorious or successful. the winning candidate.
2. attractive or charming. a winning smile.
ˈwinning-post noun
in horse-racing, a post marking the place where a race finishes.
win over
to succeed in gaining the support and sympathy of. At first he refused to help us but we finally won him over.
win the day
to gain a victory; to be successful.
win through
to succeed in getting (to a place, the next stage etc). It will be a struggle, but we'll win through in the end.

winning

فَائِز vítězný vindende siegreich νικηφόρος ganador voittaja- gagnant pobjednički vincente 勝利を得た 승리의 winnend seirende zwycięski vitorioso побеждающий vinnande ซึ่งมีชัยชนะ kazanan sự chiến thắng 得胜的
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For Amy's face was full of the soft brightness which betokens a peaceful heart, her voice had a new tenderness in it, and the cool, prim carriage was changed to a gentle dignity, both womanly and winning.
The Winesburg baseball team, under his manage- ment, was winning game after game, and the town had begun to respect him.
Clare felt the loss of Eva as deeply as she could feel anything; and, as she was a woman that had a great faculty of making everybody unhappy when she was, her immediate attendants had still stronger reason to regret the loss of their young mistress, whose winning ways and gentle intercessions had so often been a shield to them from the tyrannical and selfish exactions of her mother.
In the end, the winning dog stretched himself out comfortably with his bone between his paws, and proceeded to growl over it, and gnaw it, and grease the floor with it, just as fifty others were already doing; and the rest of the court resumed their previous indus- tries and entertainments.
There is a friendly something about the German character which is very winning.
General conversation followed, and the twins drifted about from group to group, talking easily and fluently and winning approval, compelling admiration and achieving favor from all.
He had been months winning her; she had confessed hardly a week ago; he had been the happiest and the proudest boy in the world only seven short days, and here in one instant of time she had gone out of his heart like a casual stranger whose visit is done.
One of them must have," said Miss Ellen Burnham, "for the girl that was selling soap at the Ladds' in North Riverboro was described by Adam Ladd as the most remarkable and winning child he ever saw.
There is in him that union of head and heart, which is indispensable to an enlightenment of the heads and a winning of the hearts of others.
She laughed because she was disappointed; and though she liked him for his attentions, and thought them all, whether in friendship, admiration, or playfulness, extremely judicious, they were not winning back her heart.
Were you to argue, object, and annoy me for a year, I could not forego the delicious pleasure of which I have caught a glimpse--that of repaying, in part, a mighty obligation, and winning to myself lifelong friends.
She was the most winning thing that ever brought sunshine into a desolate house: a real beauty in face, with the Earnshaws' handsome dark eyes, but the Lintons' fair skin and small features, and yellow curling hair.