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first prize/place

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfirst prize/placefirst prize/placeWINthe prize that is given to the best person or thing in a competitionwin/take first prize She won first prize in a painting competition.first prize/place of There is a first prize of £10,000. first
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first ofThere is a first prize of £100 in vouchers and a crystal trophy.The military alliance is offering a first prize of £130,000, as well as several runner-up prizes worth at least £60,000 each.From Pentagon, specialists in office supplies, there's a first prize of £2,000-worth of the latest office furniture.They receive the first prize of £4,000.For the Sunday the pros would be on their own, battling it out for the first prize of £500,000.But the first prize of $ 60,000 may have provided a clue.The first place of any size enroute is Bottighofen.Staloluokta, our first place of rest, is an oasis of delight.
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