win

wɪn

Перевод:

Noun: победа выигрыш Уин
Verb: выигрывать побеждать заработать получать

Фразы:

the capability to win - способность побеждать

to win a case - выиграть дело, выиграть процесс

to win a championship - выиграть чемпионат, победить на чемпионате

to gain / win smb.'s confidence - завоевать чьё-л. доверие

to achieve / attain / win fame - достигать известности, славы

to win smb.'s favour - завоевать чью-л. благосклонность

to win an action - выиграть дело

to receive / win a fellowship - получить стипендию

to establish / secure / win a foothold - стать твёрдой ногой, утвердиться, укрепиться

to gain / secure / win freedom - обретать свободу

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Примеры:

I never win at cards. - Я никогда не выигрываю в карты.

You have won me. - Вы меня уговорили.

The home team has won. - Команда хозяев одержала победу.

They played well, but they didn't win. - Они хорошо играли, но не победили.

They won him to their side. - Они склонили его на свою сторону.

We won by just one point. - Мы выиграли с разницей всего в одно очко.

He won the first prize in the contest. - В этом состязании он выиграл первый приз.

He was happy to get the win. - Он был счастлив одержать эту победу.

Her courage won her many friends and admirers. - Благодаря своему мужеству, она завоевала дружбу и восхищение многих людей.

This won our compassion. - Это пробудило в нас жалость.

He won me to his party. - Он убедил меня вступить в свою партию.

That kind of behaviour won't win you any friends. - Если будешь так себя вести, друзей у тебя не прибавится.

She won a tennis trophy. - Она выиграла теннисный трофей.

She won £160 on the lottery. - Она выиграла сто шестьдесят фунтов в лотерею.

Davis hopes to win financial backing from a London investment firm. - Дэвис надеется получить финансирование от одной из лондонских инвестиционных компаний.

Honesty won him much praise. - Его очень хвалили за честность.

He wanted to win their sympathy. - Он хотел вызвать у них сочувствие.

We've had two wins so far this season. - В этом сезоне у нас пока что две победы.

Her book won the Pulitzer Prize. - Её книга была удостоена Пулитцеровской Премии.

She won praise for her hard work. - Она заслужила похвалу за свой нелёгкий труд.

win someone's confidence and friendship - завоевать чьё-то доверие и дружбу

The chances of winning are 1 in 100,000. - Шансы на выигрыш — один из ста тысяч.

Who do you think will win the next election? - Как вы думаете, кто победит на следующих выборах?

In the under-16 event England had their first win over Germany. - В этом матче молодёжных сборных Англия добыла свою первую победу над Германией.

a pitcher with 15 wins - питчер с пятнадцатью победами

Neither candidate won the debate. - В дебатах не победил ни один из кандидатов.

The boxer won the match by knockout. - Боксёр выиграл матч нокаутом.

He won the Tour de France last year. - В прошлом году он выиграл (велогонку) "Тур де Франс".

That performance won Hanks an Oscar. - За эту роль Хэнкс получил Оскар.

How does it feel to have won the gold medal? - Каково это — завоевать золотую медаль?

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you win back something that you have lost, you get it again, especially as a result of a great effort.

If something or someone wins out or wins through, they are successful after a competition or struggle.

If you win someone over or win them round, you persuade them to support you or agree with you.

If you win through to a particular position or stage of a competition, you achieve it after a great effort or by defeating opponents.

Связанные термины:

win-win: A win-win situation is one where you are certain to do well or be successful .

Ne Win: U ( uː ). 1911–2002, Burmese statesman and general; prime minister (1958–60), head of the military government (1962–74), and president (1974–81)

no-win: If you are in a no-win situation, any action you take will fail to benefit you in any way.

win out: If something or someone wins out or wins through, they are successful after a competition or struggle .

you win: You say ' you win ' when you have been having a slight argument with someone and you are indicating that you agree to do what they want or that you accept their suggestion, even though you do not really want to.

away win: a game won at an opponent's ground

can't win: If you say that someone can't win in a particular situation, you mean that they are certain to fail or to suffer whatever they do.

win back: If you win back something that you have lost, you get it again, especially as a result of a great effort .

win over: If you win someone over or win them round, you persuade them to support you or agree with you.

win hearts: You can refer to someone's heart when you are talking about their deep feelings and beliefs.

win-win situation: You use situation to refer generally to what is happening in a particular place at a particular time, or to refer to what is happening to you.

win hands down: to win a contest easily

win through to: If you win through to a particular position or stage of a competition, you achieve it after a great effort or by defeating opponents .

you can't win: an expression of resignation after an unsuccessful attempt to overcome difficulties

no-win, no-fee: in which the legal firm taking the case is only paid if it wins the case and obtains damages for its client

no-win situation: a situation offering no possibility of a favourable outcome

win one's spurs: to earn knighthood

win the exchange: to win a rook in return for a bishop or knight

to win hands down: If you win hands down, you win very easily .

to win the popular vote: to get a majority as regards the votes cast by individual voters

win (or lose) by a neck: to win (or lose ) by the length of a horse's head and neck

to win the day lose the day: If a particular person, group, or thing wins the day, they win a battle, struggle, or competition . If they lose the day, they are defeated .

win one's spurs/earn one's spurs: If you win your spurs or earn your spurs, you achieve a particular status by proving that you can do something skilfully.

lose/win the battle, win/lose the war to lose the battle but win the war: If you say that someone has lost the battle, but won the war, you mean that although they have been defeated in a small conflict they have won a larger, more important one of which it was a part. If you say that someone has won the battle but lost the war, you mean that they have won the small conflict but lost the larger one.

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Однокоренные слова:

win away - отнять, вырвать, вырваться, отбиться, отнимать
win back - вернуть обратно, возвратить, вернуть себе, отбить, отыграть
win out - преодолевать, добиваться успеха, пробиться
win over - склонить на свою сторону, расположить к себе
win through - пробиться, преодолевать

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