English version

pick a winner

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpick a winnerpick a winnerinformalCHOOSE to choose someone or something very good pick
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pick a winnerExperience to date and motivational goal data give us our greatest chance of picking a winner.A technology Strategy does not mean that a government has to pick winners and losers.Trust you, Dwight, to pick a winner, and pick him before the rest of us have heard of him!Softbank claims that it is better at picking winners and that it is buying into a growth industry.The government hopes to pick a winner in May but the selection could be delayed.
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