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(as in “to achieve a prize, trophy, or victory; or to achieve the first place in a competition: to win”)

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What is being signed (English Meaning)

WIN (as in “to achieve a prize, trophy, or victory; or to achieve the first place in a competition: to win”)

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This Sign is Used to Say (Sign Synonyms)
  • VICTORY
  • VICTORY (as in “religious victory”)
  • WIN (as in “to achieve a prize, trophy, or victory; or to achieve the first place in a competition: to win”)
  • WINNER
Examples of Usage
English Sentence

Phyllis Frelich was a deaf actress and famous for winning the 1980 Best Actress Tony Award for the play “Children of a Lesser God.”

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English Sentence

Ashley Fiolek is a Deaf Motocross Racer. She started motorcycling when she was three years old. She won four Woman Motocross Championships in 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012. She is now retired.

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Terence Parkin is a deaf swimmer from South Africa. He won the silver medal in the Olympics in 2000.

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Marlee Matlin is a famous Deaf Actress. She won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for her role in the movie Children of a Lesser God.

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Sir John Cornforth was a deaf chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1975.

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Louise Fletcher is a CODA and was the third actress in history to win an Academy Award, BAFTA Award, and Golden Globe Award for a single performance.

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Matt Hamill is a Deaf wrestler. He won three NCAA National Championships, a silver and gold medal in the Deaflympics, and there is a movie about his life called “The Hammer.”

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Sign Variations for this Word
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  • Variation 2 – Fingerspelled
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Meaning of you win! in English

you win!

  • admit
  • battering
  • capitulate
  • chase
  • chase shadows idiom
  • concede
  • defeat
  • downfall
  • fallen
  • give
  • give in
  • go down
  • meet
  • say
  • say uncle idiom
  • tail
  • take a battering idiom
  • throw
  • throw in the towel idiom
  • whipsaw

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More meanings of you win!

  • you can’t win ’em all idiom
  • you can’t win them all idiom
  • you win some, you lose some , at you can’t win ’em all idiom
  • you win some, you lose some , at you can’t win them all idiom
  • heads I win, tails you lose idiom

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  • you can’t win ’em all idiom
  • you can’t win them all idiom
  • you win some, you lose some , at you can’t win ’em all idiom
  • you win some, you lose some , at you can’t win them all idiom
  • heads I win, tails you lose idiom

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careful when using money or food, or (of a meal) cheap or small in amount

you win! definition: 1. something you say to someone who has persuaded you to do something that you did not intend to…. Learn more.