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    Usage of the word "awarded"

    I'd like to ask about the usage of the word "awarded"

    is it "awarded sth" or "awarded with sth"?

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    Re: Usage of the word "awarded"

    award [transitive]

    1 to officially give someone something such as a prize or money to reward them for something they have done:
    Moodie has been awarded a golf scholarship at the University of Hawaii.
    award somebody something
    The judge awarded me first prize.
    award something to somebody
    A Nobel Prize was awarded to Waksman in 1952.

    2 to officially decide that someone should receive a payment or a formal agreement
    award somebody something
    The government awarded a German company the contract.
    award something to somebody
    45,000 was awarded to a typist with an injured hand.

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