win verb translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "win" - English-Turkish dictionary

win

verb
 
 
/wɪn/ ( present participle winning, past tense and past participle won)
COMPETITION [I, T] A2 to get the most points in a competition or game, or the most votes in an election
kazanmak, yenmek, galip gelmek
Barcelona won the game 6-0. Who do you think will win the election?Scoring, winning and losing in sportWinning and defeatingLosing and being defeatedWinning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport
ARGUMENT [I, T] B2 to be successful in a war, fight, or argument
savaşı/kavgayı/tartışmayı kazanmak/başarılı olmak
Protesters have won their battle to stop the road being built.Winning and defeatingScoring, winning and losing in sport
PRIZE [T] A2 to get a prize in a game or competition
ödül kazanmak
He won $500. She won a gold medal at the Olympics.Scoring, winning and losing in sportWinning and defeatingLosing and being defeated
win approval/respect/support, etc to get approval/respect/support, etc because of your skill and hard work
onay/saygı/destek kazanmak
Her plans have won the support of many local people.Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
sb can't win informal used to say that nothing someone does in a situation will succeed or please people
dört dörtlük olmaz, herkesi memnun etmek zor
Whatever I do seems to annoy her - I just can't win.Useless and futile
(Definition of win verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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