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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvictorvic‧tor /ˈvɪktə $ -ər/ noun [countable] formal  the winner of a battle, game, competition etc After the game the victors returned in triumph.
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victorThe victims can become victors by taking power forcibly in their own hands.In addition, the victor sees it as a sign of capitulation by his opponent.It has the earmarks of a Democratic primary fight, the kind of struggle that invariably leaves the victor wounded.The victors are waving to the crowd as they do their lap of honour.So Agamemnon spoke to both armies, declaring that Menelaus was victor and bidding the Trojans give Helen back.
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