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  • 41WiN — Das Deutsche Wissenschaftsnetz (WiN) wurde seit Mai 1990 vom DFN Verein aufgebaut und von der Deutschen Telekom (Deutsche Telekom Systemlösungen GmbH, Frankfurt, kurz DeTeSystem) betrieben. Es verband Hochschulen, Fachhochschulen,… …

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  • 42win — win1 winnable, adj. /win/, v., won, winning, n. v.i. 1. to finish first in a race, contest, or the like. 2. to succeed by striving or effort: He applied for a scholarship and won. 3. to gain the victory; overcome an adversary: The home team won.… …

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  • 43win — verb (wins, winning; past and past participle won) 1》 be successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict). 2》 acquire as a result of a contest, conflict, etc.     ↘gain (someone s attention, support, or love).     ↘(win someone over) gain the… …

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  • 44win — 1. verb 1) he won the race Syn: take, be the victor in, be the winner of, come first in, take first prize in, triumph in, be successful in Ant: lose 2) Claire knew he would win Syn …

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  • 45win —    1. to steal    Old general use and still current among soldiers:     The cull has won a couple of glimsticks. (Grose a glimstick was a candlestick) In the army it is always considered more excusable to win or borrow things from men belonging… …

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  • 46win — 1. verb 1) Steve won the race Syn: come first in, take first prize in, triumph in, be successful in 2) she was determined to win Syn: come first, be victorious, carry/win the day, come out on top, succeed, tr …

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  • 47win — see you win a few, you lose a few you can’t win them all let them laugh that win slow and steady wins the race faint heart never won fair lady …

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  • 48win — I. verb (won; winning) Etymology: Middle English winnen, from Old English winnan to struggle; akin to Old High German winnan to struggle and probably to Latin venus sexual desire, charm, Sanskrit vanas desire, vanoti he strives for Date: before… …

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  • 49Win PE — Environnement de pré installation Windows L environnement de pré installation Windows (Windows preinstallation environment ou Windows PE ou Win PE) est une sorte de système d exploitation miniature permettant d effectuer des opérations sur une… …

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  • 50Win pe — Environnement de pré installation Windows L environnement de pré installation Windows (Windows preinstallation environment ou Windows PE ou Win PE) est une sorte de système d exploitation miniature permettant d effectuer des opérations sur une… …

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  • 51win — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. beat, conquer, master; gain, obtain, get; achieve, accomplish, reach; persuade, sway, convince, influence; succeed, triumph, surpass. See acquisition, success, belief. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. triumph …

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  • 52win — [OE] Win probably goes back ultimately to the Indo European base *van ‘overcome, conquer’, which also produced Sanskrit van ‘gain, acquire’. Its Germanic relatives include German gewinnen ‘gain’ and Swedish vinna ‘win’ …

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  • 53win — v 1. finish first, come out first, come out ahead, take, sweep; triumph, conquer, vanquish, prevail over, succeed, carry the day, gain the prize; overwhelm, overcome, overpower, subdue; score a success, gain a victory, take by storm, walk away… …

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  • 54win — [[t]wɪn[/t]] v. won, win•ning, n. 1) to finish first in a race, contest, or the like 2) to succeed by striving or effort (sometimes fol. by out): His finer nature won out[/ex] 3) to gain the victory; overcome an adversary: The home team won[/ex]… …

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  • 55win — [OE] Win probably goes back ultimately to the Indo European base *van ‘overcome, conquer’, which also produced Sanskrit van ‘gain, acquire’. Its Germanic relatives include German gewinnen ‘gain’ and Swedish vinna ‘win’ …

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  • 56win — See: HEADS I WIN, TAILS YOU LOSE …

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  • 57win — See: HEADS I WIN, TAILS YOU LOSE …

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  • 58Win On CD — WinOnCD Entwickler: Roxio Aktuelle Version: 2009 (September 2008) Betriebssystem: Windows Kategorie …

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  • 59Win on cd — WinOnCD Entwickler: Roxio Aktuelle Version: 2009 (September 2008) Betriebssystem: Windows Kategorie …

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  • 60win — 1. verb /wɪn/ a) To achieve victory in (a game, a war, etc). And yf ye wynne vs in bataille the lady shal haue her landes ageyne [...]. b) To obtain (someone) by wooing. Who would win in a fight between an octopus and a dolphin? 2 …

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