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Translation of "award" - English-Spanish dictionary

award

noun   /əˈwɔːd/
a prize given to someone for something good they have done premio the award for best actress
verb   /əˈwɔːd/
to officially give someone something such as a prize or an amount of money adjudicar He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.
(Definition of award from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

award

verb /əˈwoːd/
to give (someone something that he has won or deserved) conceder, otorgar They awarded her first prize.
to give conceder, adjudicar He was awarded damages of $5,000.
(Definition of award from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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