Phrasal Verb 'Win'

We have 7 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Win'.

Win back

Meaning: Win something again that you had lost

Example: They WON BACK the cup from their rivals in a thrilling final.

Win out

Meaning: Succeed after a difficult process

Example: It took a long time, but we WON OUT eventually.

Win over

Meaning: Get someone's support

Example: His arguments failed to WIN them OVER.

Win over

Meaning: Convince someone to support you

Example: It took them ages to WIN her OVER to their ideas.

Win round

Meaning: Persuade someone to support you

Example: She was against the idea, but we managed to WIN her ROUND.

Win round

Meaning: Persuade someone to support you

Example: She was against the idea, but we managed to WIN her ROUND.

Win through

Meaning: Succeed after a struggle

Example: The negotiations have been difficult, but most people expect the government to WIN THROUGH in the end.