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grand slam

noun uk   us  

grand slam noun (WINNING EVERYTHING)

[C usually singular] an occasion when someone wins all of a set of important sports competitions

grand slam noun (CARDS)

[C usually singular] an occasion when someone wins all the cards in a card game, especially bridge

grand slam noun (BASEBALL)

[C] in baseball, the hitting of a home run with runners at all three bases, so that four points are scored
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