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

The meaning of "Win" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I win by 10 mean?
A: @SongminYoon Yes it does! :)
Q: What does A surprising win in Iowa can make a candidate blow up. mean?
A: Is this from an article about elections? :)

In the US, the elections are divided by the 50 states. Some states' votes are worth more than others depending on population of the state.

the sentence means:
if you win (get the most votes) in Iowa, you will have a bigger chance of winning the elections.
Q: What does he wins by 800 mean?
A: wins with 800 more
Q: What does still glowing from my win mean?
A: I am still happy because of winning. I am still in a great mood because of (what happened). 何かを勝て、そのおかげで時間が少し経っても元気です!
Q: What does rubbed my win in his face mean?
A: 意思大概是我赢了他,并且对他不太客气。我可能会吹牛或再三告诉他和别人他输了。这种行为叫rubbing it in his face.

Example sentences using "Win"

Q: Please show me example sentences with win back.
A: "the opposing team stole their flag, but they will win it back"

"after their argument, she wanted to win him back".
Q: Please show me example sentences with win over.
A: He won over his new boss with his personality.
An extra-time penalty gave Barcelona a last-gasp win over Chelsea.
The candidate won over all the judges with her talent.
Q: Please show me example sentences with win over.
A: After the initial resistance by the bride's family the groom won them over by singing a song in the wedding reception.
Q: Please show me example sentences with For the win.
A: The blue team for the win!!
Strawberry yogurt for the win!
Breakfast for dinner for the win!
-This phrase is also often used as sarcasm. For example, this is the fifth day in a row that I ate strawberry yogurt for breakfast and I’m getting sick of it. I might say “Oh strawberry yogurt for the win :/“
- I hope this helps, HiNative for the win!
Q: Please show me example sentences with win.
A: "I hope I win a prize!"
"I think he'll win the contest."
"How will you spend the money if you win?"

Synonyms of "Win" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between win and won ?
A: Win is present tense, won is past tense.

Examples:

I win the prize today for finishing the race first.

I won the prize yesterday for finishing first.
Q: What is the difference between win over and get around ?
A: win over is like persuadir
and get around means evitar or contornar
Q: What is the difference between win over and get over ?
A: "Win over" means to convince someone to be on your side.

Example:
I just have to win over that one teacher who doesn't like me so I can be on the honor roll.

"Get over" means to move on from something that happened (be it positive or negative)

Examples:
You should totally get over that jerk who cheated on you. (negative)
I still can't get over the fact that I won! (positive)

Hope this helps! :)
Q: What is the difference between I won. and I have won. ?
A: “Won” is simple past tense means something happened in the past.
“Have won” is present perfect tense means something has just happened recently.
Q: What is the difference between A: It’s not always about winning. and B: It’s not always winning. ?
A: The difference is for "A" it means that everything you do does not always result to winning. While "B" means the "it" you mentioned does not win all the time.

Translations of "Win"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i win or i am win
A: If you're talking about winning a game or competition, you would say "I win"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? (We will win) как сказать мы скоро выиграем?
A: We are about to win.
We will win soon.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? You can win....!!!!
A: You can win
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? happy after win in football match
A: "I am happy we won."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? we won

Other questions about "Win"

Q: i win a gift。
i win the game 。
i win。 Does this sound natural?
A: It's more natural to say I 'won' instead of I win.

Examples~
I won this gift.
I won the game.
I won
Q: if i win the lottery, i wii buy a house
winなのに
if i won the lottery, i would buy a house
はwonなんですか?
A: wonは無理なこと
winはできること

If I lived on the moon, I would golf everyday. (無理)

If I won the lottery, I could buy an island. (できないと思う)

If I win the lottery, I will help my family. (できると思う)
Q: Maybe I win Does this sound natural?
A: It depends on what you are trying to say, but here are some natural sounding phrases. "Maybe I'll win." "Maybe I won."
Q: We can't never win. (私達は永遠に勝てない) Does this sound natural?
A: We can never win.
We can't ever win.

can't+neverは駄目です
2つとも拒否です

追伸 We can never win は一般的な言い方です。
We can't ever winと言うと、アクセントはeverです。
Q: It's obvious that I will win you over as soon as possible. Does this sound natural?
A: This is almost perfect, but it sounds a little bit unnatural because "as soon as possible" implies a sense of urgency (that something must happen in the immediate future), rather than something that may or may not happen in the immediate future.

Try this: "It's obvious that I will win you over very soon."

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