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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “win”

win

verb
 
 
/wɪn/ (present tense winning, past tense and past participle won)
[I or T] to achieve first position and/or get a prize in a competition or competitive situation
获胜;赢
Which year was it that Italy won the World Cup?
意大利是哪一年赢得世界杯的?
He won first prize/a bottle of gin in the raffle.
他在抽彩中赢得了一等奖/一瓶杜松子酒。
Who's winning?
谁会取胜?
This is the third medal she's won this season.
这是本赛季她赢得的第3块奖牌。
Who won the men's finals in the tennis?
男子网球决赛谁赢了?
They won the war, although it cost them millions of lives.
尽管牺牲了数百万人的生命,但他们赢得了战争的胜利。
If this government win the next election, I'm leaving the country.
如果这个政府在下次选举中获胜,我就离开这个国家。
Everyone likes winning an argument.
每个人都希望在争论中取胜。
[+ two objects] It was his goal that won us the match/won the match for us.
是他的进球使我们赢得了比赛。
Her firm have just won (= beaten other companies to get) a cleaning contract worth £3 million.
她的公司刚刚赢得了一份数额为300万英镑的清洁合同。
Scoring, winning and losing in sportWinning and defeatingLosing and being defeatedWinning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport
[T] to receive something positive, such as approval, loyalty, or love because you have earned it
获得,赢得(赞同、忠诚、好感、爱情等)
Her plans have won the support of many local people.
她的计划赢得了很多当地民众的支持。
This is Jamie, the four-year old who won the hearts of the nation (= made everyone love him and/or feel sympathy for him).
这就是杰米,受到全国人民关爱的4岁孩子。
She would do anything to win his love.
为了获得他的爱,她什么都愿意做。
Winning back his trust was the hardest part.
重新赢得他的信任是最难的部分。
Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
(Definition of win verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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