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win [ win] vi.获胜,赢 vt.赢得

win [win] n. 获胜,赢得, 劝诱

马到成功 achieve immediate victory; win instant success

强强联手 win-win co-operation

双赢局面 win-win situation

险胜 "cliff-hanging win, narrow victory, nose out"

以质量求发展 strategy of development through quality; win the market with quality products

(股票的)中签 win the lot for IPO

(股票的)中签率 lot winning rate

winning streak 连胜场数,连胜纪录

That won't answer. 这解决不了问题

won't be long 不会太久的

Love is a game that two can play and both win.

achieve immediate victory;
win instant success

强强联手 win-win co-operation

win-back program 赢回(顾客)方案

winning candidate 当选者

An advantage of using the solar energy is that it won't create any pollution.

It won't take much time.

Whichever you choose, you won't be satisfied.

I won't be able to see him today.

You won't be lonesome!

When you "spoil" a child you are practically saying, "I know you aren't capable of being civilized and considerate and contributing and I won't expect it of you."

Never forget to turn off the lights of your car after you park, or you won't be able to start your car.

Don't kid yourself. It won't be so easy.
不要自欺欺人-- 那事可不容易。

She congratulated him on winning a prize.

I am afraid that you won't be able to see the doctor for he is fully occupied with appointments this afternoon.

I won't stand for any more of her bad manners; I shall ask her to leave my house.

Good sense will always win the day in the end.

He won a gold medal in the game.

It's my belief that she will win.

The government is confident of winning the next term of office.

Winning the football cup was one of their greatest triumphs.

I'm confident that our team will win the match.

Steve quit when he realized that he could not win.

When you bet on a horse at a horse race, you hope the horse wins.

Your idea won't work in practice.

It is no good trying that method, because it won't work.

Students with outstanding university records may win scholarships.

The government issues a warning that those who won't pay income taxes will be billed.

Plastic and rubber won't conduct electricity, but copper will.
塑料和橡胶不导电, 但是铜导电。

Have another drink; one more drink won’t hurt.

We won’t do it because it departs from our usual practice.

I won’t qualify until next year.

Because of his great contribution to the country, he won the highest award.

The result of the poll won’t be known until after midnight.

His sole objective is to win a gold medal at the Olympic Games.

Of course plastic is cheaper than leather in the short run, but it won’t last long.
从短期看, 塑料当然比真皮便宜, 但塑料不经用。

If there is one thing I won't stand for, it's being treated like an office boy.

His determination, his refusing to back down, and possibly his integrity had won the day.

We failed in winning him over to our side.

The lawyer won over the jury by his moving defense.

John disagrees at the moment, but I’m sure we can win him over to our point of view.

All Europe held its breath to see who would win the election.

It won’t be easy, but we’ll get across the river somehow.

“I’d never have won the prize without the help of my two assistants,” she said modestly.
“如果没有我的两名助手的帮助, 我决不可能获得这个奖。” 她谦逊地说道。

This fish won’t keep in such hot weather; we must eat it now.
天气这么热, 这鱼不能放久, 我们必须现在把它吃了。

“I’ve got something to tell you!” “Won’t it keep until later?”
“我有点事要告诉你!” “过些时候再说, 好吗?”

Their reasoning won't stand up to detailed criticism.

I've sunk all my money into buying a new house: I hope I won't be sorry.

Winning the money allowed her to live out a lot of the things she'd only dreamed of doing before.

Long distance races are won by the runners with the greatest endurance.

If he won, he would undo everything I have fought for.

Your unfortunate report might go against your chances of winning the contract.

The company has just won a contract to supply machinery to the government.

The car won't start because the battery is dead.

Russia's space industry has won a contract to launch its first western satellite.

You won’t make any progress if you don't exert yourself a bit more.

I'm afraid it won't be cold enough for a snowfall.

Even if you take the exam again, you won't pass it.

He won an election. 他在选举中获胜。

I won't be able to see him today. 今天我不可能去看他。

We need to cooperate perfectly to win the game.要想赢得比赛,我们需要密切配合。

Whichever you choose, you won't be satisfied.不论你选择哪一个,你都不会满意。

Perhaps he believed that he could not criticize American foreign policy without endangering the support for civil rights that he had won from the federal government.

As an author, I am naturally concerned that a surprisingly large percentage of the population of the United States is functionally illiterate; if they can’t read or cannot understand what they read, they won’t buy books, or this magazine.

He enjoys the liberties hard won over centuries by the alliance of philosophic genius and political heroism, consecrated by the blood of martyrs; he is provided with comport and leisure by the most productive economy ever known to mankind; science has penetrated the secrets of nature in order to provide him with the marvellous, life like electronic sound and image reproductions he is enjoying.

If you take my advice, you won't tell anyone about this.

He is expected to win the game with ease.

He won the first game and I won the second, so now we are even.

She won her overnight fame by her first novel.

He did all he could to win his favor.

He won honor for his courage.

I won't dispute the justice of his remarks.

Our team has won the football match.

The Palace won't like all this gossip.

It's highly probable that they will win the match.

Her beautiful roses won second prize at the flower show.

He won the golf match by two shots.

It's impossible to tell who will win the next election.

I won't go to the party unless I'm invited.

He soon won a reputation for himself.

Don't forget to take out the garbage.
Don't forget to take out the garbage. (可别忘了扔垃圾!)
I won't. (忘不了!)

Don't leave your stuff here.
Don't leave your stuff here. (别把你的东西都摊在这儿。)
I won't. (知道了。)

I have a runny nose. *runny“流鼻涕的”。
My nose is running.
My nose won't stop running.

I think of you night and day.*night and day“无论是睡着还是醒着,不分昼夜”,此句直译为“我无论是白天还是黑夜都想着你。”
I think of you constantly.
You have won my heart.

Don't neglect your duties! *neglect“不认真对待工作,不履行义务,马马虎虎的态度”。Duty“义务”。
Don't neglect your duties! (干活别偷懒。)
Okay. I won't. (好的,绝不偷懒。)

Don't forget to bring something back for me.
Don't forget to bring something back for me. (别忘了给我带点儿什么。)
Don't worry, I won't. (放心吧,忘不了。)

Don't forget to write.
Don't forget to write. (别忘了写信。)
I won't. (忘不了。)

Easy does it. *表示“要小心谨慎地处理”易碎品或贵重物。
Easy does it, doesn't drop the TV. (动作轻点儿,小心别把电视掉下来。)
Don't worry. I won't. (放心吧,掉不下来。)
Be careful. (小心啊!)

Don't make such stupid mistakes again! *make a mistake 惯用语, “出错”。
Don't make such stupid mistakes again! (不要重复这种愚蠢的错误。)
I won't, I won't. (不会了,不会了。)
You should be more careful! (你应该多加小心。)
Don't make dumb mistakes again!

Wow, you're on a winning streak. *直译“啊!你连连取胜”,表达“真不愧是你”的语感。
We won again. (我们又赢了。)
Wow, you're on a winning streak. (哇,又赢啦!干得好。)

It won't work. *意为“好像怎么也不行”、“好像不顺利”、“好像不妥当”,是No good的较正式的表达方式。
I think it's a good idea. (我觉得那是一个好主意。)
It won't work. (恐怕行不通。)
It will work. (看起来不错。)

That won't do.

He won't do.

Won't you join us? *Won't you...? 表示“……好吗?”,是一种表达建议的较随便的方式。
Why don't you come along? (我们一起去吧?)

I won't.
I want you to do it now. (我想让你现在就做。)
I won't. (我不愿意。)

As a matter of fact, ...
Who won the golf tournament? (那场高尔夫球比赛谁赢了?)
Well, as a matter of fact, I did. (其实,是我赢了。)
Actually, ...
To be honest, ...
To be frank, ...
Frankly speaking, ...
Truthfully, ... (老实说……)
In all actuality, ... (实际上,……) *正式的说法。

Don't tell anyone.
Don't tell anyone. (别告诉任何人。)
I won't. (我不会的。)
Keep it under your hat. *一种惯用说法。

I won't say a word. *用来表示“保证对谁都不说出去”。
Mum's the word. (我什么都不说。)
I won't say anything. (我什么都不说。)
My lips are sealed. (我的嘴很紧。)

I promise.
You can't tell anyone. (你不能告诉任何人。)
I promise I won't. (知道,我保证。)

I won the lottery! (我中奖了。)
Lucky! (真走运。)

I won't let you have your own way. *let “同意让……”、“让……”、“随便让……”。
You can't have everything your own way.
I'm not giving in. (我绝不让步。)

That's enough. *表示不想再听下去时。
Mom! She won't leave me alone and she keeps playing with my toys and... (妈妈,她不让我一个人呆着,还拿我的玩具玩。)
That's enough. Stop complaining. (够了,别那么多牢骚了。)
I've had it. (我受不了了。)
I've had enough.
I've heard enough! (我听够了。)
That's it.
Enough is enough. (够了,别再说了!)

Don't talk back to me! *talk back “顶嘴”。带有孩子对父母、晚辈对长辈还嘴的语感。
I won't do it! (我才不干呢!)
Don't talk back to me! (别跟我顶嘴!)
That's the end of it. (就这样。) *表示已经没有商量的余地。
That's final. (就这么着。)
That's it. (就这样。)
It's settled. (就这么定了。) *settle “解决、决定(日期)、决定做某事”。因此该句含有“已经决定了,就别再多嘴了”的语感。一般情况下settle 表示决定的用法如以下例句。
Let's meet at 5∶00. (我们5点见吧。)
It's settled. (好,就这么定了。)

Don't pull my leg.
I won a thousand dollars! (我赢了1000美元。)
Don't pull my leg! (别逗了!)
Don't talk nonsense!
Don't talk stupid! *stupid 俚语,“傻的”、“无意义的”、“愚蠢的”。

You've got me.
Who did it? (这是谁干的呀?)
You've got me. (糟了,让你逮着了。)
I give up.
I'm beaten.
You win.

I've beaten you.
You've lost.
I won. (我赢了。)
You're a loser. (你是输家。)
I'm a winner. (我是赢家。)

I'm throwing in the towel. *throw in the towel原是拳击用语,日常会话时常用来表示“认输”。
I'll never win. I'm throwing in the towel. (我赢不了你,我认输了。)
Don't give up so early. (别那么快就认输。)
I'm giving up.

You never know.
I'll never win the lottery. (我肯定中不了奖。)
You never know. (很难说。)
Anything could happen. (什么事都可能发生。)
You can't be too sure. (什么事都可能发生。)

It must be tough for you. *tough表示“困难的”、“不容易的”、“费力气的”。
She won't talk to me anymore. (她再也不会和我说话了。)
It must be tough for you. (那你肯定很难受吧。)
It must be hard on you.

Worrying about it won't solve anything.
Worrying about it won't make it better.

I won't check this baggage

Won''t you iron this shirt for me?

We're afraid that your product's quality won't satisfy Chinese customers.

Keeping is harder than winning.

A good name is earlier lost than won.

A good name is sooner lost than won.

Come what may, heaven won't fall.

Every dog is valiant at his won door.

Faint heart never wins fair lady.

Grasp the nettle and it won't sting you.

He that would the daughter win, must with the mother first begin.

I might say that success is won by three things: first, effort; second, more effort; third, still more effort.

In life, as in chess, forethought wins

Keeping is harder than winning.

Method will teach you to win time

None so blind as those who won't see.

None so deaf as those that won't hear.

Nothing venture, nothing win (or have or gain).

Slow and steady wins the race.

The devil may get in by the keyhole, but the door won't let him out.

The tortosis wins the race while the hare is sleeping.

The wolf has a winning game when the shepherds quarrel.

I'm afraid that won't be possible,much as we'd like to.

If you can't be more flexible, we won't accept your terms of payment.

It won't take much time.

I won't buy your story.

You won't get away with this.

A What’s the best way to go there and see the Olympic site?
A 去看奥运会址的最好方式是什么?
B If you drive, get on the Third Ring Road and head north.
B 如果你开车,就上三环路然后向北。
A And then I should find it easily?
A 然后我就应该很容易找到它吗?
B Yes, keep driving and just follow the signs. It won’t be difficult.
B 是的,一直按着指示牌向前开。不会很难。
A But remember, there will be Olympic events all over the city. The football will be at the Worker’s Stadium, for instance.
A 但是别忘了,北京各处都将举行奥运比赛。例如,足球赛将在工人体育场举行。
B I can’t wait for it to start. Beijing is going to be so exciting during the Olympics.
B 我都等不及奥运会的召开了。奥运会期间北京将是一片欢腾的景象。

A Will you be here for the Olympics?
A 你将在这里观看奥运会吗?
B Yes, I will. I can't wait!
B 是的,我会。我都迫不及待了!
A Do you remember the last Olympics in Athens?
A 你还记得上一界在雅典举行的奥运会吗?
B Certainly I do. And I can remember the panic beforehand.
B 我当然记得了。我还记得在奥运会召开前的紧张气氛。
A Yes, nothing was ready till the very last moment.
A 是的,直到最后一刻才一切准备就绪。
B But it won't be like that in Beijing. Everything will be ready on time.
B 但是北京不会那样。一切都将按时齐备。

A Oh, yes. Very much. I'm sure it will be a great event - and great for China.
A 噢,是的。非常期待。我肯定这将是个重大的事件——对中国非常重要。
B I hope China wins lots of gold medals.
B 我希望中国赢得许多块金牌。
A So do I, Mr Clark. ?So do I. ?Canada, too, of course ...
A 我也是,克拉克先生。我也是。当然也希望加拿大赢得许多金牌。
B Yes, indeed. See you in August.
B 是的,的确。8月见。

A What work do you do in the States?
A 你在美国做什么工作?
B I work in a school. I’m a basketball coach.
B 我在一所学校工作。我是一位篮球教练。
A That’s a good job. Basketball is really popular in China!
A 那是一份好工作。篮球在中国很受欢迎。
B Yes, I know. There are some fantastic players in China.
B 是的,我知道。在中国有很多优秀的球手。
A We have a good team for the Olympics.
A 我们有一支参加奥运会的优秀球队。
B Yes, I think you could win the Gold medal.
B 是的,我想你们可能赢得金牌。

A I hope China does really well in the Olympics.
A 我希望中国在奥运会上取得优异的成绩。
B I’m sure it will. The host nation always performs well. And there are so many good athletes in China.
B 我想会的。东道主总是取得好成绩。而且中国有如此之多的优秀运动员。
A I wonder how many gold medals China will win.
A 我想知道中国总共能夺得多少金牌。
B Remember, silver and bronze are important too!
B 记住,银牌和铜牌也重要。
A You’re right. Anyway, the most important thing is to compete well.
A 你说得对。不管怎么说,最重要的事情是比出好成绩。

A What’s the best way to see the Olympic site?
A 从哪里看奥运会场址最好?
B If you take a taxi or drive, go north round the Third Ring Road. Follow the signs.
B 如果你乘出租车或者自己开车,向北绕三环走。按照路牌的指示走就可以。
A And then I should see it easily?
A 那样我就可以很容易看到奥运会场址吗?
B Yes. It won’t be difficult. You can’t miss it.
B 是的。不难。你一定会看到的。
A I must try and get tickets for the events. I’d love to see it.
A 我一定要设法弄到观看比赛的票。我非常想看比赛。
B Me too. I can’t wait for it to start.
B 我也是。我都迫不及待奥运会的召开了。

A Why don’t you come for a drink tomorrow evening after work?
A 你明天下班后来喝一杯怎么样?
B Thanks, but I won’t have time. I’m working late tomorrow.
B 谢谢,但是我没有时间。我明天要工作到很晚。
A Surely you’re not working too late. You’ll have time.
A 你当然不要工作到太晚。你会有时间的。
B I’m not sure when I’ll finish. I’ll be tired by the evening.
B 我不能肯定我什么时候会把工作干完。到晚上的时候我会很累的。
A OK, I understand. But if you finish early, you could come.
A 好吧,我理解。但是如果你早点结束的话,你要来啊。
B OK. Maybe I will come. I’ll see how I feel when I finish work.
B 好的。也许我会来的。这要看我干完后感觉如何。

A When you finish work, give me a quick call.
A 当你干完工作后,给我打个电话。
B OK, if I finish early, I’ll call you.
B 好的,如果我早点干完,我就给你打电话。
A Then we can fix up where and when to meet.
A 然后我们定在哪里在什么时候碰头。
B I won’t finish work before 8 in the evening. Tomorrow will be a long day.
B 晚上8点之前我是不会干完的。明天将是漫长的一天。
A I know, but if you are not tired we can still meet.
A 我知道。但是如果你不是太累的话我们一定要见面。
B Don’t worry. I’ve got your number. I’ll call you at 8.
B 别担心。我有你的电话号码。我8点给你打电话。

A If we meet up after work, I won’t stay out late.
A 如果我们下班后见面,我不能在外面呆得太久。
B I know. It will be a long day for you and you’ll be tired.
B 我知道。对你那将是漫长的一天,你会很疲劳的。
A Yes, I want to go home about 10, I think. I have to be up early the next day.
A 是的,我想在大约10点的时候回家。我第二天还要早起。
B Will you take the bus home, or the metro?
B 你乘公共汽车回家还是乘地铁回家?
A No, I’ll take a taxi. I’ll be tired after a long day.
A 都不是,我乘出租车回去。漫长的一天过后我会很疲惫的。
B Good idea. Anyway, don’t worry – we won’t stay out too late.
B 好主意。不管怎样,不要担心——我们不会在外面呆得太晚的。

A I’ll see you tomorrow at the hotel. Have a good evening.
A 我明天将到旅馆看你。祝你晚上愉快。
B Thanks. What time will you come tomorrow?
B 谢谢。你明天什么时候来?
A How about just before 10? I won’t be late.
A 10点前怎么样?我不会去太晚的。
B Where shall I meet you? In the coffee shop?
B 我们在哪里见面好呢?在咖啡厅吗?
A Yes, that’s fine. After that, we’ll go and visit some markets.
A 好,可以。见面后,我们去逛逛市场。
B Good! I’m going to buy a lot of presents to take home.
B 好啊!我将买很多礼物带回家。

A China did very well in the last Olympics in Athens.
A 中国在上届雅典奥运会上取得了优异的成绩。
B I know, but I think they’ll do much better in Beijing.
B 我知道,但是我想中国队在北京奥运会上将表现更加出色。
A I’m sure they will. It makes a big difference when the Olympics are in your own country.
A 我肯定他们会的。当奥运会在你们自己的国家召开情况会很不一样。
B And in front of your own people.
B 而且是在自己国家的人民面前举行。
A Yes, I think China will win lots of gold medals this time.
A 是的,我想中国这次将赢得很多块金牌。
B So do I.
B 我也这样想。

You can express your opinion by saying I think . . . / I think . . ., eg: I think China will win lots of gold medals. / I think China will win lots of gold medals.
你可以用I think . . . / 我想 . . 来表达你的意见,例如:I think China will win lots of gold medals. /我想中国将赢得很多块金牌。

You can talk about the possibility of something happening by saying I think there’s a (good) chance . . . / I think there’s a (good) chance . . . eg: I think there’s a good chance China will win gold / I think there’s a good chance China will win gold; I think there’s a chance it might rain tomorrow / I think there’s a chance it might rain tomorrow.
你可以这样谈论某事发生的可能性:I think there’s a (good) chance . . . / 我想有(很大的)可能性 . . . 例如: I think there’s a good chance China will win gold /我想中国队获金牌的可能性很大。

A I think China will do really well in the Olympics.
A 我想中国在奥运会上将有出色的表现。
B I’m sure it will. The host nation always performs well. And there are so many good athletes in China.
B 我肯定中国会的。东道国总是表现出色。而且中国有这么多的优秀运动员。
A I wonder how many gold medals China will win.
A 我想知道中国将赢得多少块金牌。
B Remember, silver and bronze are important too!
B 记住,银牌和铜牌也重要!
A You’re right. Anyway, the most important thing is to compete well.
A 你说得对。不管怎样,最重要的事情是好好比赛。

Remember how to use I wonder . . . / I wonder . . . when you think or speculate about something, eg: I wonder how many gold medals China will win / I wonder how many gold medals China will win.
当你思考或者琢磨某事时用I wonder . . . /我想知道 . . .例如:I wonder how many gold medals China will win /我想知道中国将赢得多少块金牌。

A I think China will do well in the swimming events.
A 我认为中国会在游泳项目中胜出。
B Yes, but remember Australia and America are good at swimming too.
B 是的,但是别忘了澳大利亚和美国在这个项目非常有竞争力。
A Yes, you’re right. I think the swimming will be very competitive.
A 你是对的,我想游泳比赛一定会非常精彩。
B I think all those countries will win gold medals.
B 我想这些国家都会夺得很多金牌。

A I also like the team sports, like volleyball, football, hockey and so on.
A 我也喜欢团队性运动,像排球,足球,曲棍球等等。
B Yes, they’re exciting. China has a good chance of gold in the volleyball, I think.
B 是的,他们是非常精彩的。中国非常有机会夺得排球金牌,我认为。
A There’re a lot of good teams in all the sports. But you’re right, China could be the best.
A 全世界在各种运动项目有很多优秀团队。但是我同意你的想法,中国可能是在排球中最棒的。
B Yes, they might win gold.
B 是的,他们有可能夺冠。

I’m not sure if I’ll go out tonight.
I’m not sure if it will be sunny this weekend.
I’m not sure if we will win the gold medal.
I’m not sure if it’s a good idea.

A I hope China does really well in the Olympics.
A 我希望中国会在奥运会中取得胜利。
B I’m sure it will. The host nation always performs well. And there are so many good athletes in China.
B 我确定他们一定会的。主办国经常是非常出色的。同时他们有那么多优秀的运动员。
A I wonder how many gold medals China will win.
A 我在猜想他们会夺得多少金牌。
B Remember, silver and bronze are important too!
B 但是记住,银牌和铜牌一样重要!

I wonder which country will win most gold medals / 我在猜想那个国家会夺得最多的金牌。

I wonder if China or America will win most medals.
I wonder if it will rain tomorrow.
I wonder how many people will come to Beijing next August.

The man who has made up his mind to win will never say "impossible".
Bonapart Naploeon, French emperor

I might say that success is won by three things: first, effort;second, more effort;third, still
more effort.
Thomas Hardy, British poet and novelist

Victory won't come to me unless I go to it.
M. Moore, American pletess

Money will buy a pretty dog, but it won't buy the wag of his tail.
J, Billings, American humorist

Charms strike the sight, but merit wins the soul.
Alexander pope, British poet

Don't try to win a friend by presenting gifts. You should instead contribute your sincere love and learn how to win others 'heart through appropriate ways.
Socrates, Ancient Greek philosopher

The way to win an atomic war is to make certain it never starts.
Bradley Omar American General

The earth is suffocating …Swear to make them cut me open, so that I won't be buried alive.
Frederic Chopin, Polish composer

The man who has made up his mind to win will never say " Impossible".( Napoleon )

You won't believe...

I won't keep you any longer.

I won’t hurt you anymore.

Just wait and see. I won't let you get away with that.

Steady wins the race.从容就是赢得比赛的诀窍。

Thanks guys, you won the games for us.谢谢大家,能赢得比赛,委实是托大家的福。

I know I'll win.我一定会赢的。

It is clear that fish is bigger than others and wins the championship.这一条明明比其他的大,而且会获胜的。

I doubt he'll win the election.我怀疑他是否能赢得选举。

I expected No.2 to win.我以为2号会赢。

Dear, you'll be home right after work, won't you?亲爱的,你做完工作会直接回家是吗?

We won't go to war.我们不希望诉诸于战争。

We’ll be on time,won’t we?我们将按时到,是吗?
I hope so.我希望如此。

Most women ofen ask,″Am I in love?Am I fulfilled?″Most men ofen ask,″Did my team win?How's mycar?″
If a man says,″I'll callyou,″and he doesn't, he didn't forget…he didn't lose your number…he didn't die. He just didn't want to call you.

over : 转变,改变(indicating transference and change)
hand over 移交
take over 接管
buy over 收买
come over 过来
get over 战胜,克服
gain over 争取过来
win over 争取过来
switch over 转交
turn over 变动,交付
make over 移交

I won. 我赢了。

clock in 打卡
Don't forget to clock in,otherwise you won't get paid.

flip out 乐死了
Chris flipped out when I told him that we won the game.

duck 躲闪,突然低下头
Remind little Bobby to duck his head when he crawls under the table
so he won't hit his head.

don't knock it 不要太挑剔
Don;t knock it! You won't be able to find another job that pays so

let the cat out of the bag 泄漏秘密
I won't let the cat out of the bag.

Terry is so bullheaded; he won't listen to anybody else's opinion.

chew someone out责骂某人;谴责某人
Follow the rules and you won't get chewed out.

play dirty用诈术
The only way that Dan knows how to win is to play dirty. I'm going to vote for Brian instead.

Brian is a real cheapo. He won't even spend the money to buy his mother a birthday present.

not by a long shot 绝不可能
There's no way he could have won, not by a long shot.

pump up 热切期望
Everybody on campus is pumped up about Saturday's big game. The winning team will get the national title.

It won't happen again.

It won't take much time.

It won't work.

I won't take no for an answer. 你非答应不可.

That won't answer. 这解决不了问题

won't be long 不会太久的

- To one's heart's content 心满意足
Today is weekend. The lights won't go off after 11 o'clock. We can chat to our heart's content.
Mary loves keeping diary. She can express her emotion to her heart's content.

- Play it cool 不露声色,沉着冷静
Sampras, the No. 1 tennis player in the world, always plays it cool when he wins in the match.

- sit on the fence 保持中立
Who would you vote for ? You bet I won't vote for him. He likes sitting on the fence on important issues.

- have the goods on someone 有某人犯罪的证据
Fred was sure that he would win the case. He had the goods on the culprit.

- not do...for love or money 死也不会……
Stop trying. I won't betray my friend for love or money.

- side with someone 与某人站在一起,支持某人
I'm your friend, but I'm afraid I won't side with you on that issue.

- win one's spurs 受到奖赏
She won her spurs as a popular writer immediately after her first book became a best-seller.

- Not give someone a tumble 不理睬某人
Though Jackson has asked May to marry him for many times, she just won't give him a tumble.

If you can't be more flexible, we won't accept your terms of payment.

We won't consider agency in your market at present.

Well, obviously you won't want All Risks cover.

You'll cover SRCC risks, won't you?

备采煤区 winning

博得 gain; earned; win; earn

哀兵必胜 [āi bīng bì shèng] /an army burning with righteous indignation is bound to win/

背水一战 [bèi shuǐ yī zhàn] /fight with one's back to the river - fight to win or die/

兵不血刃 [bīng bù xuè rèn] /the edges of the swords not being stained with blood - win victory without firing a shot/

博 [bó] /extensive/ample/rich/obtain/aim/to win/to get/rich/plentiful/to gamble/

博得 [bó dé] /win/gain/

不成 [bù chéng] /won't do/

不可理喻 [bù kě lǐ yù] /be impervious to reason/won't listen to reason/

不行 [bù xíng] /won't do/be out of the question/be no good/not work/not be capable/

成 [chéng] /finish/complete/accomplish/become/turn into/win/succeed/one tenth/

成 [chèng] /finish/complete/accomplish/become/turn into/win/succeed/one tenth/

吃不开 [chī bu kāi] /be unpopular/won't work/

韩圆 [hán yuán] /Korean won (unit of currency)/

获得胜利 [huò dé shēng lì] /to win/

行不通 [xíng bu tōng] /won't work/will get (you) nowhere/

嬴 [yíng] /full/profit/win/

赢 [yíng] /to beat/to win/to profit/

赢得 [yíng dé] /win/gain/

优胜 [yōu shèng] /winning/superior/

"Do we really want railroads to be the arbiters of who wins and who loses in the marketplace?" asks Martin Bercovici, a Washington lawyer who frequently represents shipper.

The world is going through the biggest wave of mergers and acquisitions ever witnessed.
The process sweeps from hyperactive America to Europe and reaches the emerging countries with unsurpassed might.
Many in these countries are looking at this process and worrying: "Won't the wave of business concentration turn into an uncontrollable anti-competitive force?"

Won't multinationals shift production from one place to another when a nation gets too strict about infringements to fair competition?

The flap over rap is not making life any easier for him. Levin has consistently defended the company's rap music on the grounds of expression.
In 1992, when Time Warner was under fire for releasing Ice-T's violent rap song Cop Killer, Levin described rap as lawful expression of street culture, which deserves an outlet.
"The test of any democratic society," he wrote in a Wall Street Journal column, "lies not in how well it can control expression but in whether it gives freedom of thought and expression the widest possible latitude, however disputable or irritating the results may sometimes be. We won't retreat in the face of any threats."

Too many schools adopt the "win at all costs" moral standard and measure their success by sporting achievements.

Being too keen to win can have dangerous consequences: remember that Pheidippides, the first marathon runner, dropped dead seconds after saying: "Rejoice, we conquer!"

{adj: Nigerian, Nigerien} of or relating to the people of Nigeria
"a Nigerian novelist won the Nobel Prize for literature this year"

{adj: adroit} quick or skillful or adept in action or thought
"an exceptionally adroit pianist"
"an adroit technician"
"his adroit replies to hecklers won him many followers"
"an adroit negotiator"
<-> maladroit

{adj: afraid} filled with regret or concern; used often to soften an unpleasant statement
"I'm afraid I won't be able to come"
"he was afraid he would have to let her go"
"I'm afraid you're wrong"

{adj: anxious, dying} eagerly desirous
"anxious to see the new show at the museum"
"dying to hear who won"

{adj: award-winning} having received awards
"this award-winning bridge spans a distance of five miles"

{adj: bent, bent on, dead set, intent on, out to} fixed in your purpose
"bent on going to the theater"
"dead set against intervening"
"out to win every event"

{adj: black, calamitous, disastrous, fatal, fateful} (of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin
"the stock market crashed on Black Friday"
"a calamitous defeat"
"the battle was a disastrous end to a disastrous campaign"
"such doctrines, if true, would be absolutely fatal to my theory"- Charles Darwin
"it is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it"- Douglas MacArthur
"a fateful error"

{adj: bootlicking, fawning, obsequious, sycophantic, toadyish} attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery

{adj: bootlicking, fawning, sycophantic, toadyish} attempting to win favor by flattery

{adj: capable} (usually followed by `of') having capacity or ability
"capable of winning"
"capable of hard work"
"capable of walking on two feet"
<-> incapable

{adj: certain, sure} certain to occur; destined or inevitable
"he was certain to fail"
"his fate is certain"
"In this life nothing is certain but death and taxes"- Benjamin Franklin
"he faced certain death"
"sudden but sure regret"
"he is sure to win"
<-> uncertain

{adj: chuffed} very pleased
"I'm chuffed to have won"

{adj: convinced, positive, confident} persuaded of; very sure
"were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join"
"I am positive he is lying"
"was confident he would win"

{adj: damaged} harmed or injured or spoiled
"I won't buy damaged goods"
"the storm left a wake of badly damaged buildings"
<-> undamaged

{adj: dearly-won, costly} entailing great loss or sacrifice
"a dearly-won victory"

{adj: defending} attempting to or designed to prevent an opponent from winning or scoring

{adj: definite} known for certain
"it is definite that they have won"

{adj: every} (used of count nouns) each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception
"every person is mortal"
"every party is welcome"
"had every hope of success"
"every chance of winning"

{adj: faint, fainthearted, timid, faint-hearted} lacking conviction or boldness or courage
"faint heart ne'er won fair lady"

{adj: fetching, taking, winning} very attractive; capturing interest
"a fetching new hairstyle"
"something inexpressibly taking in his manner"
"a winning personality"

{adj: hell-bent} recklessly determined
"hell-bent on winning"

{adj: ingratiating} capable of winning favor
"with open arms and an ingratiating smile"

{adj: lost} not gained or won
"a lost battle"
"a lost prize"
<-> won

{adj: narrow} very limited in degree
"won by a narrow margin"
"a narrow escape"
<-> wide

{adj: no-win} certain to end in failure and disappointment
"a no-win situation"

{adj: pleasing} able to please or win approval

{adj: plumping} very large; of exceptional size for its kind
"won by a plumping majority"

{adj: significant, substantial} fairly large
"won by a substantial margin"

{adj: slender, slim} small in quantity
"slender wages"
"a slim chance of winning"
"a small surplus"

{adj: triple-crown} of a horse that has won the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes and the Preakness races

{adj: upset} used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win
"the Bills' upset victory over the Houston Oilers"

{adj: victorious, winning} having won
"the victorious entry"
"the winning team"

{adj: wide} great in degree
"won by a wide margin"
<-> narrow

{adj: winless} having no wins
"the team had a very disappointing winless season"

{adj: winning} bringing success
"the winning run"

{adj: won} not subject to defeat
"with that move it's a won game"
<-> lost

{adv: as expected} as was to be expected
"she won as expected"

{adv: by the way, by the bye, incidentally} introducing a different topic
"by the way, I won't go to the party"

{adv: credibly, believably, plausibly, probably} easy to believe on the basis of available evidence
"he talked plausibly before the committee"
"he will probably win the election"
<-> incredibly

{adv: decidedly, unquestionably, emphatically, definitely, in spades, by all odds} without question and beyond doubt
"it was decidedly too expensive"
"she told him off in spades"
"by all odds they should win"

{adv: easily, easy} with ease (`easy' is sometimes used informally for `easily')
"she was easily excited"
"was easily confused"
"he won easily"
"this china breaks very easily"
"success came too easy"

{adv: either} after a negative statement used as an intensive meaning something like `likewise' or `also'
"he isn't stupid, but he isn't exactly a genius either"
"I don't know either"
"if you don't order dessert I won't either"

{adv: feebly} in a halting and feeble manner
"reform, in fact, is, rather feebly, on the win"

{adv: hereafter} in a future life or state
"hope to win salvation hereafter"

{adv: indecisively} without finality; inconclusively
"the battle ended indecisively; neither side had clearly won but neither side admitted defeat"
<-> decisively

{adv: materially} to a significant degree
"it aided him materially in winning the argument"

{adv: neck and neck, head-to-head, nip and tuck} even or close in a race or competition or comparison
"the horses ran neck and neck"
"he won nip and tuck"

{adv: only} with nevertheless the final result
"He arrived only to find his wife dead"
"We won only to lose again in the next round"

{adv: optimistically} with optimism; in an optimistic manner
"`We have a good chance of winning,' he exclaimed optimistically"
<-> pessimistically

{adv: surely, certainly, sure, for sure, for certain, sure enough, sure as shooting} definitely or positively (`sure' is sometimes used informally for `surely')
"the results are surely encouraging"
"she certainly is a hard worker"
"it's going to be a good day for sure"
"they are coming, for certain"
"they thought he had been killed sure enough"
"he'll win sure as shooting"
"they sure smell good"
"sure he'll come"

{adv: wrongly} without justice or fairness
"wouldst not play false and yet would wrongly win"- Shakespeare

{n: Aegates Isles, Aegadean Isles} islands west of Sicily (now known as the Egadi Islands) where the Romans won a naval victory over the Carthaginians that ended the first Punic War in 241 BC

{n: Affirmed} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1978

{n: Ali, Muhammad Ali, Cassius Clay, Cassius Marcellus Clay} United States prizefighter who won the world heavyweight championship three times (born in 1942)

{n: Ashe, Arthur Ashe, Arthur Robert Ashe} United States tennis player who was the first Black to win United States and English singles championships (1943-1993)

{n: Assault} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1946

{n: Bardeen, John Bardeen} United States physicist who won the Nobel prize for physics twice (1908-1991)

{n: Bolivia, Republic of Bolivia} a landlocked republic in central South America; Simon Bolivar founded Bolivia in 1825 after winning independence from Spain

{n: Budge, Don Budge, John Donald Budge} United States tennis player who in 1938 was the first to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles championship in the same year (1915-2000)

{n: Carnegie, Dale Carnegie} United States educator famous for writing a book about how to win friends and influence people (1888-1955)

{n: Chattanooga, battle of Chattanooga} in the American Civil War (1863) the Union armies of Hooker, Thomas, and Sherman under the command of Ulysses S. Grant won a decisive victory over the Confederate Army under Braxton Bragg

{n: Citation} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1948

{n: Connolly, Maureen Catherine Connolly, Little Mo Connolly} United States tennis player who was the first woman to win the United States, British, French, and Australian championships in the same year (1953) (1934-1969)

{n: Constitution, Old Ironsides} United States 44-gun frigate that was one of the first three naval ships built by the United States; it won brilliant victories over British frigates during the War of 1812 and is without doubt the most famous ship in the history of the United States Navy; it has been rebuilt and is anchored in the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston

{n: Count Fleet} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1943

{n: Court, Margaret Court} Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947)

{n: Curie, Marie Curie, Madame Curie, Marya Sklodowska} French chemist (born in Poland) who won two Nobel prizes; one (with her husband and Henri Becquerel) for research on radioactivity and another for her discovery of radium and polonium (1867-1934)

{n: Eliot, T. S. Eliot, Thomas Stearns Eliot} British poet (born in the United States) who won the Nobel prize for literature; his plays are outstanding examples of modern verse drama (1888-1965)

{n: Evert, Chris Evert, Chrissie Evert, Christine Marie Evert} United States tennis player who won women's singles titles in the United States and at Wimbledon (born in 1954)

{n: Frederick II, Frederick the Great} king of Prussia from 1740 to 1786; brought Prussia military prestige by winning the War of the Austrian Succession and the Seven Years' War (1712-1786)

{n: Gallant Fox} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1930

{n: Gibson, Althea Gibson} United States tennis player who was the first Black woman player to win all the major world singles titles (1927-2003)

{n: Graf, Steffi Graf, Stephanie Graf} German tennis player who won seven women's singles titles at Wimbledon (born in 1969)

{n: Granicus, Battle of Granicus River} the battle in which Alexander won his first major victory against the Persians (334 BC)

{n: Green Line} the border marking the boundaries of the land that Israel won in its 1948 war of independence

{n: Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway} an American writer of fiction who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1954 (1899-1961)

{n: Hinault, Bernard Hinault} French racing cyclist who won the Tour de France five times (born in 1954)

{n: Hogan, Ben Hogan, William Benjamin Hogan} United States golfer who won many major golf tournaments (born in 1912)

{n: Howe, Elias Howe} United States inventor who built early sewing machines and won suits for patent infringement against other manufacturers (including Isaac M. Singer) (1819-1867)

{n: Hull, Isaac Hull} United States naval officer who commanded the `Constitution' during the War of 1812 and won a series of brilliant victories against the British (1773-1843)

{n: John Henry} hero of American folk tales; portrayed as an enormously strong black man who worked on the railroads and died from exhaustion after winning a contest with a steam drill

{n: Laver, Rod Laver, Rodney George Laver} Australian tennis player who in 1962 was the second man to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles titles in the same year; in 1969 he repeated this feat (born in 1938)

{n: Lendl, Ivan Lendl} United States tennis player (born in Czechoslovakia) who won several singles championships; in 1992 he became a United States citizen (born in 1960)

{n: Lewis, Carl Lewis, Frederick Carleton Lewis} United States athlete who won gold medals at the Olympics for his skill in sprinting and jumping (born in 1961)

{n: Marciano, Rocco Marciano, Rocky Marciano} United States prizefighter who won the world heavyweight championship in 1952 (1924-1969)

{n: Marengo} a battle in 1800 in which the French under Napoleon Bonaparte won a great victory over the Austrians

{n: Masoud, Ahmad Shah Masoud} Afghan leader of forces opposed to the Taliban; won fame by successfully resisting the Soviets in the 1980s; was assassinated by men posing as journalists (1953-2001)

{n: Mathias, Bob Mathias, Robert Bruce Mathias} United States athlete who won Olympic gold medals in the decathlon (born in 1930)

{n: Merckx, Eddy Merckx} Belgian racing cyclist who won the Tour de France five times (born in 1945)

{n: Michigan, Chicago, Newmarket, boodle, stops} a gambling card game in which chips are placed on the ace and king and queen and jack of separate suits (taken from a separate deck); a player plays the lowest card of a suit in his hand and successively higher cards are played until the sequence stops; the player who plays a card matching one in the layout wins all the chips on that card

{n: Montgomery, Bernard Law Montgomery, Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein} English general during World War II; won victories over Rommel in North Africa and led British ground forces in the invasion of Normandy (1887-1976)

{n: Munchhausen, Karl Friedrich Hieronymus von Munchhausen, Munchausen, Baron Munchausen} German raconteur who told preposterous stories about his adventures as a soldier and hunter; his name is now associated with any telling of exaggerated stories or winning lies (1720-1797)

{n: Naseby, Battle of Naseby} a battle in 1645 that settled the outcome of the first English Civil War as the Parliamentarians won a major victory over the Royalists

{n: Navratilova, Martina Navratilova} United States tennis player (born in Czechoslovakia) who won nine Wimbledon women's singles championships (born in 1856)

{n: North Korean won, won} the basic unit of money in North Korea

{n: Oak Leaf Cluster} a United States military decoration consisting of bronze or silver oak leaves and acorns awarded to anyone who has won a given medal before

{n: Omaha} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1935

{n: Peter Pan} the main character in a play by J. M. Barrie; a boy who won't grow up

{n: Pyrrhic victory} a victory that is won by incurring terrible losses

{n: Robinson, Ray Robinson, Sugar Ray Robinson, Walker Smith} United States prizefighter who won the world middleweight championship five times and the world welterweight championship once (1921-1989)

{n: Sarazen, Gene Sarazen} United States golfer who was first to win all four major golf tournaments (1902-1999)

{n: Scott, George C. Scott} award-winning United States film actor (1928-1999)

{n: Seattle Slew} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1977

{n: Secretariat} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1973

{n: Sir Barton} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1919

{n: South Korean won, won} the basic unit of money in South Korea

{n: Syracuse, siege of Syracuse} the Athenian siege of Syracuse (415-413 BC) was eventually won by Syracuse

{n: Syracuse, siege of Syracuse} the Roman siege of Syracuse (214-212 BC) was eventually won by the Romans who sacked the city (killing Archimedes)

{n: Tunney, Gene Tunney, James Joseph Tunney} United States prizefighter who won the world heavyweight championship by defeating Jack Dempsey twice (1898-1978)

{n: Wade, Virginia Wade} English tennis player who won may women's singles titles (born in 1945)

{n: War Admiral} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1937

{n: War of Greek Independence} the Greeks rebelled against Turkish rule in 1821; with the support of England and France and Russia they won independence in 1828 at Navarino (although the country included only half its present size)

{n: Whirlaway} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1941

{n: Xerxes I, Xerxes the Great} king of Persia who led a vast army against Greece and won the battle of Thermopylae but was eventually defeated (519-465 BC)

{n: affection, affectionateness, fondness, tenderness, heart, warmness, warmheartedness, philia} a positive feeling of liking
"he had trouble expressing the affection he felt"
"the child won everyone's heart"
"the warmness of his welcome made us feel right at home"

{n: all fours, high-low-jack} card games in which points are won for taking the high or low or jack or game

{n: attack} an offensive move in a sport or game
"they won the game with a 10-hit attack in the 9th inning"

{n: attention} a courteous act indicating affection
"she tried to win his heart with her many attentions"

{n: baccarat, chemin de fer} a card game played in casinos in which two or more punters gamble against the banker; the player wins who holds 2 or 3 cards that total closest to nine

{n: battle, conflict, fight, engagement} a hostile meeting of opposing military forces in the course of a war
"Grant won a decisive victory in the battle of Chickamauga"
"he lost his romantic ideas about war when he got into a real engagement"

{n: beggar-my-neighbor, beggar-my-neighbour, strip-Jack-naked} a card game for two players in which the object is to win all of the other player's cards

{n: brag, bragging, crow, crowing, vaporing, line-shooting, gasconade} an instance of boastful talk
"his brag is worse than his fight"
"whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade"

{n: break, break of serve} (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving
"he was up two breaks in the second set"

{n: bronze medal} a trophy made of bronze (or having the appearance of bronze) that is usually awarded for winning third place in a competition

{n: cakewalk} a strutting dance based on a march; was performed in minstrel shows; originated as a competition among Black dancers to win a cake

{n: cakewalk} an easy accomplishment
"winning the tournament was a cakewalk for him"
"invading Iraq won't be a cakewalk"

{n: champion, champ, title-holder} someone who has won first place in a competition

{n: choker} an unfortunate person who is unable to perform effectively because of nervous tension or agitation
"he could win if he wasn't a choker"

{n: chon} 100 chon equal 1 won in North Korea

{n: chon} 100 chon equal 1 won in South Korea

{n: chunk} a substantial amount
"we won a chunk of money"

{n: coattails effect} (politics) the consequence of one popular candidate in an election drawing votes for other members of the same party
"he counted on the coattails effect to win him the election"

{n: combination} a group of people (often temporary) having a common purpose
"they were a winning combination"

{n: concession} a point conceded or yielded
"they won all the concessions they asked for"

{n: contraction} a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds
"`won't' is a contraction of `will not'"
"`o'clock' is a contraction of `of the clock'"

{n: contractor, declarer} the bridge player in contract bridge who wins the bidding and can declare which suit is to be trumps

{n: costs} pecuniary reimbursement to the winning party for the expenses of litigation

{n: costume} the attire worn in a play or at a fancy dress ball
"he won the prize for best costume"

{n: craps} a gambling game played with two dice; a first throw of 7 or 11 wins and a first throw of 2, 3, or 12 loses and a first throw of any other number must be repeated to win before a 7 is thrown, which loses the bet and the dice

{n: dark horse} a political candidate who is not well known but could win unexpectedly

{n: decision} (boxing) a victory won on points when no knockout has occurred
"had little trouble in taking a unanimous decision over his opponent"

{n: decoration, laurel wreath, medal, medallion, palm, ribbon} an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event

{n: deuce} a tie in tennis or table tennis that requires winning two successive points to win the game

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