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win-win

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌwɪnˈwɪn/ us  
A win-win situation or result is one that is good for everyone who is involved: Flexible working hours are a win-win situation for employers and employees.
win-win
noun [S] uk   us  
a result that is good for everyone who is involved in a situation: The decision is a win-win for both sides.
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