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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprize-winningˈprize-ˌwinning adjective [only before noun]  WINa prize-winning thing or person has won a prize a prize-winning novel a prize-winning pianistprize winner noun [countable]
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prize-winninga prize-winning composerThe first four rounds are designed to produce 32 prize-winning county champions, who will then go forward to the national rounds.They were part of a prize-winning herd of more than 80 cattle which was founded 5 years ago.It was a prize-winning joke, but I didn't get it.Amongst its alumni, the school can count the Nobel prize-winning physicist Ernest Walton.Well the rhyme was quite clever, but somehow it didn't have the prize-winning ring to it.Among her prize-winning stock is Bickels Tinker Toy, which she says is one of the smallest miniatures in the world.
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