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prize

noun [C]  us   /prɑɪz/
a reward for victory in a competition or game: David won first prize in the school science fair.

prize

adjective [not gradable]  us   /prɑɪz/
given as a prize, or having won or deserving to win a prize: prize money

prize

verb [T]  us   /prɑɪz/
to value greatly: The Japanese prize personal relationships in doing business. A prized possession is one that is very important to you.
Translations of “prize”
in Arabic جائِزة…
in Korean 상…
in Malaysian hadiah…
in French prix, primé…
in Turkish ödül, mükâfat…
in Italian premio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獎, 獎賞, 獎金…
in Russian приз, премия, награда…
in Polish nagroda, wygrana…
in Vietnamese giải thưởng, phần thưởng…
in Spanish premio…
in Portuguese prêmio…
in Thai รางวัล…
in German der Lohn, der Preis, Preis-……
in Catalan premi…
in Japanese 賞, 賞金, 賞品…
in Indonesian hadiah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奖, 奖赏, 奖金…
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