Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Champion"

The meaning of "Champion" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does you are a champion, hands down you are. mean?
A: Hands down has two meanings.

1) Means it is done effortlessly

and

2) Without a doubt.

In the question you asked, 'hands down' means that the person is a champion, and that its true. They don't doubt it (basically, they don't feel uncertain about it, they're sure about it).
Q: What does champion mean?
A: @prominencial.

In this context champion means "a person(s) who protects someone or something".

Champion can mean a bunch of other things too.

Champion comes from the Latin word campionem for "gladiator, fighter."

So it means one who excels in competitions(especially sports/games).

But wait, like we discussed, a champion is also a person who fights for a cause.

As a verb, to champion means to protect or fight for something.

For example: You champion your dog by defending him against the other meanie dogs.
Q: What does absolute champion mean?
A: Fantastic, brilliant, great or other exclamations when you are very pleased with what someone has just done or achieved.
It is a phrase associated with people who are from the north of England.
Q: What does She's a rollerblading champion.
mean?
A: @Daniellyu: champion in rollerskating a winner she good at the sport

Example sentences using "Champion"

Q: Please show me example sentences with champion and athlete .
A: He was last year's champion
He was a well known athlete

Synonyms of "Champion" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between champion and champ ?
A: both mean the same thing, only champion is the actual word and 'champ' is like a nickname that means champion that you often say to close friends. or you use 'champ' simply as an abbreviation for champion.
Q: What is the difference between He champions the cause of relligious freedom. and He advocates the cause of relligious freedom. ?
A: They essentially mean the same thing here.

To “champion” is to “stand up for,” “support,” “fight for.”

To “advocate” is to “speak or write in favor of something,” “support,” “recommend.”

The main difference I can see is that “champion” might used in the context of a physical fight, but “advocate” is strictly with words (written or spoken).
Q: What is the difference between champion and winner ?
A: Another example: There were many winners at the tournament that day, but Messi was the true champion.
Q: What is the difference between we are the champions and we other champions and (sound) ?
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Q: What is the difference between champion and championship ?
A: "champion" is the one who wins a championship

Translations of "Champion"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? i am a champion
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? you love champions league ?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? champion
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i will be a champions
A: I will be a champion

Other questions about "Champion"

Q: He has been the national champion four times Does this sound natural?
A: × He has been the national champion four times
✓ He is a four-time national champion

There's nothing wrong with your initial sentence but a more natural way of saying it is this.
Q: 1.Chelsea is considered to be able to win the champion's league.
2.Chelsea is considered to win the champion's league.(Are they the same meaning?)
A: They are close in meaning.
The first ‘to be able’ means Chelsea is considered to have the ability to win, but does not imply with certainty.
The second is a simpler sentence but ‘considered to win’ implies Chelsea is certain to win.
Q: I won't be a champion if not for my hard work. Does this sound natural?
A: I wouldn't be a champion if not for my hard work.
Q: Defending champions are being eliminated at 1R recently. Who will lift FIFA CUP up, and will be the victim? I'm looking forward to this and next cup. Does this sound natural?
A: The defending champions were eliminated in the first round. Who will win the FIFA cup? I’m looking forward to finding out.
Q: The champion won 60 matches without a loss.
The champion won 60 matches without a defeat. Does this sound natural?
A: They are both correct, but "loss" is more common.

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