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win through

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verb uk phrasal verb with win   /wɪn/ ( present participle winning, past tense and past participle won) us  
to finally succeed after trying hard to achieve something: Most people are fairly confident that the workers will win through in the end.
Translations of “win through”
in Chinese (Traditional) 最終成功…
in Chinese (Simplified) 最终成功…
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