world-beater


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world-beat·er

(wûrld′bē′tər)
n.
One that is markedly superior to all others, as in the ability to succeed.

world-beater

n
a person or thing that surpasses all others in its category; champion
ˈworld-ˌbeating n, adj
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Noun1.world-beater - a competitor who holds a preeminent position
challenger, competitor, contender, rival, competition - the contestant you hope to defeat; "he had respect for his rivals"; "he wanted to know what the competition was doing"
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That put him top of the Arsenal scoring charts as well as putting into the minds of some the notion that, 10 years after Sven Goran Eriksson took him to a World Cup, Walcott might be maturing into a world-beater.
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To be a world-beater, you've got to put your international shirt on and play very well.
To be a world-beater you've got to put your international shirt on and play very well.
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Walcott, contrary to what you might have been led to believe over the years, was never a world-beater.
Robin van Persie should be back to fitness by then and Arjen Robben is a world-beater on his day.
Hats off to BMW - the Cooper D is a proper world-beater.
This step up in trip can only serve to bring about further progress and she will not have to be a world-beater to get the better of this moderate bunch.
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Anne Keothavong will never be a world-beater but the spirit she showed against defending champ Venus Williams should serve as inspiration to younger, perhaps more gifted, English girls.
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