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English definition of “you can’t win them all”

you can’t win them all

(also you win some, you lose some)
no person can always succeed: "I was sorry to hear that someone else got the job." "Oh well, you can't win them all."
(Definition of you can’t win them all from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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