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

The meaning of "Prize" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I got a prize mean?
A: Eu ganhei um prêmio.
Q: What does I'm going for the first prize mean?
A: "I'm trying to win first prize."

"going for" = to try to get something
Q: What does prize pig mean?
A: according to several sources, prize pig a nickname given to people who are super lucky and often it's a profession , so instead of going to work they'll stay home and win a lot of prizes.
Q: What does I don't aim for any prize mean?
A: No quiero ningún premio
No solicito ningún premio
No bueno ningún premio
No apunto a ningún premio
Q: What does despise what is common and to prize what is rare mean?
A: Despise what is common: hate what is usual/common/easy to find
Prize what is rare: give importance or high value to something that is hard to find

Synonyms of "Prize" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between prize and award ?
A: the difference between award and prize - (An award is usually a token of appreciation for doing something well. A prize is usually a thing or money, while an award is often a certificate. ... A prize is generally won in a competition or a contest.
Q: What is the difference between win first prize and win the title ?
A: First prize is an object that can be given to you like a trophy 🏆
Title is like a high ranking name like champion 💪
Q: What is the difference between contend for first prize and contest first prize ?
A: Personally, 'contest first prize' sounds right to me (but people may say 'contest for for first prize' because the meaning seems the same to a native speaker).

In terms of the Oxford definition, 2 is the most common usage of contest. Taking part in a competition is most often described as 'competing' or 'contending'.
Q: What is the difference between prize and price ?
A: prize is a reward.
example:we will give the prize to him..
price is the amount of money you pay for something.
example:The price of this t-shirt is 10$.
Q: What is the difference between prize and award ?
A: A prize is something you get after you win a game or competition while an award is something you get as a recognition of your achievements

Translations of "Prize"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Win a prize
A: Hmm thank you for your advice
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prize
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prize, dry, carelessly
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prize and price
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? '발표회' (not a competition. so no ranking and no prizes) 와 '학예회' (the end of a school year students perform on stage such as reading poems, dancing, singing, playing instruments)
A: Hmm it sounds like a "talent show". There's no specific word to explain "not a competition"... At least I don't thinks so! 🤔 I'll reply again if I think of a word that fits!

Other questions about "Prize"

Q: The prize for winner “affects” people to take part in the contest.

Is the “affect” in this sentence natural? does this sound natural?
A: Encourages sounds more natural
Q: ​‎How about giving a prize to the members who get another member?
I don’t think our website works well. We sometimes cannot access it smoothly. does this sound natural?
A: Hi! I understand what you mean, but here's how I might say it:

- ​‎How about giving a prize to members who refer new users to the site (or service)?
- I don’t think our website works well. Sometimes it doesn't load smoothly.
Q: I need choose prize for him. Can you help me? does this sound natural?
A: "I need to choose a prize for him" is the right form :)
Q: Surprisingly, I got the third prize when my school held Hyakunincho Ishu contest. does this sound natural?
A: "...held a Hyak..." or "...held its Hyak..." and your answer would have been perfect.

You might also consider saying "got third place".
Q: he won the prize for the second consecutive year
A: Correct!

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