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three-peat

(thrē′pēt′)
n.
The third consecutive championship or first-place finish by a single participant in a sports tournament or similar competitive enterprise.

[Blend of three and repeat.]
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three-peat

(ˈθri pit, θriˈpit)
1. Trademark. a third consecutive victory, as in a major sports championship.
v.i.
2. to win a third consecutive victory.
[1985–90, Amer.; three + (re)peat]
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