a victory (as in a race or other competition)
"he was happy to get the win"
winnings, win, profits(verb)
something won (especially money)
be the winner in a contest or competition; be victorious
"He won the Gold Medal in skating"; "Our home team won"; "Win the game"
acquire, win, gain(verb)
win something through one's efforts
"I acquired a passing knowledge of Chinese"; "Gain an understanding of international finance"
take on, earn, derive, take in, benefit, bring home the bacon, get, come through, gather, hit, arrive at, attain, pull in, put on, reach, take, make headway, advance, make, assume, gain, pull ahead, evolve, realise, deliver the goods, grow, develop, clear, profit, succeed, bring in, gain ground, produce, learn, realize, larn, adopt, get ahead, acquire
gain, advance, win, pull ahead, make headway, get ahead, gain ground(verb)
obtain advantages, such as points, etc.
"The home team was gaining ground"; "After defeating the Knicks, the Blazers pulled ahead of the Lakers in the battle for the number-one playoff berth in the Western Conference"
throw out, earn, take in, benefit, bring home the bacon, pull in, come through, bring forward, gather, hit, arrive at, pass on, attain, get along, supercharge, kick upstairs, put on, progress, pull ahead, acquire, make headway, advance, make, upgrade, encourage, further, gain, come along, realise, deliver the goods, promote, boost, go on, gain ground, raise, clear, move on, get on, profit, elevate, derive, shape up, reach, bring in, come on, succeed, set ahead, march on, realize, get ahead
succeed, win, come through, bring home the bacon, deliver the goods(verb)
attain success or reach a desired goal
"The enterprise succeeded"; "We succeeded in getting tickets to the show"; "she struggled to overcome her handicap and won"
gain ground, get through, acquire, gain, deliver the goods, break through, get ahead, provide, make headway, pull ahead, come after, follow, pull round, pull through, bring home the bacon, advance, survive, come through, make it, succeed
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To allure is to draw as with a lure by some charm or some prospect of pleasure or advantage. We may attract others to a certain thing without intent; as, the good unconsciously attract others to virtue. We may allure either to that which is evil or to that which is good and noble, by purpose and endeavor, as in the familiar line, "Allured to brighter worlds, and led the way,"
GoldsmithDeserted Village, l. 170. Lure is rather more akin to the physical nature. It is the word we would use of drawing on an animal. Coax expresses the attraction of the person, not of the thing. A man may be coaxed to that which is by no means alluring. Cajole and decoy carry the idea of deceiving and ensnaring. To inveigle is to lead one blindly in. To tempt is to endeavor to lead one wrong; to seduce is to succeed in winning one from good to ill. Win may be used in either a bad or a good sense, in which latter it surpasses the highest sense of allure, because it succeeds in that which allure attempts; as, "He that winneth souls is wise," Prov. xi, 30.
Allure to a course; allure by hopes; allure from evil to good.
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Our belief is that these communities don't have a fracking problem, they have a democracy problem, our premise is that you can't win against the oil and gas industry using the existing legal structure, so the structure needs to be changed.
It's a long way back for ZTE. Not just to win back customer confidence and assure them, but also work hard to find substitutes to U.S. suppliers such as Avnet, Qualcomm, Broadcom etc (to reduce reliance), essentially, this would mean going back to the drawing board and rethinking its overall design strategy.
Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.
The President, like all of us, they see what's happening, you got 800,000 people missing another paycheck, at no fault of their own. It could have a hit on our economy. Nobody is going to win out of this. And I think The President realizes and I hope the speaker of the House and( Senate Minority Leader Chuck) Schumer realize that we've got to get together and put the American people first and name calling second.
If my nomination is about my views on the economy and my record on the economy, I'll win 60 votes, if it's about some things I wrote 20 years ago, and there's five full time investigative reporters looking at everything I've written, everything I've ever said, and they'll dig up stuff and people will think I'm some kind of scoundrel. In that case, I'll probably lose.
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