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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwinningwin‧ning /ˈwɪnɪŋ/ ●○○ adjective [only before noun]  1 the winning person or thing is the one that wins or makes you win a competition or game the winning team The winning design came from an architect in Glasgow. Beckham scored the winning goal.2 making you very successful or likely to be successful a winning combination As a business, they have found a winning formula.3 NICEa winning quality or way of doing something is one that makes other people like you syn attractive a winning smile4 a winning streak
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winningA group of reporters followed the winning jockey and horse into the winner's enclosure.Even in that case, though, it is doubtful that Black could have obtained serious winning prospects.Clear as day - I was on a winning streak, I'd hit a seam.It was there that presentations were made to the winning team by Andrew Steel, Managing Director.The winning team will go through to the grand final in London.And the trophy was taken, in a winning time of sixty four seconds, by a team from Winchester.Dave Mitchell typifying Town's efforts to get back to winning ways.winning smileHe would have liked to be introduced, he said with a winning smile.Invariably, Charles greets you with a good word and a winning smile.Vote winning smiles as Christine Ellsmore, Designer, meets the trio.Her winning smile or her pretty blonde hair?
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