win+over

  • 1win over — win (someone/something) over to succeed in changing opinion. The senator made a stirring speech but failed to win over enough votes to pass his bill. The argument she used to win them over was not about who was right and who was wrong …

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  • 2win over — win [n] victory accomplishment, achievement, conquest, gain, gold*, gold star*, kill*, killing*, pay dirt*, score, slam, success, sweep, triumph; concepts 95,141,832 Ant. failure, forfeit, loss win [v1] finish first; succeed achieve, beat, be… …

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  • 3win over — index convert (persuade), convince, disarm (set at ease), persuade, placate, prejudice (influence …

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  • 4win over — verb make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something He had finally convinced several customers of the advantages of his product • Syn: ↑convert, ↑convince • Derivationally related forms: ↑convincible (for: ↑ …

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  • 5win over — phrasal verb win over or win round [transitive] Word forms win over : present tense I/you/we/they win over he/she/it wins over present participle winning over past tense won over past participle won over to persuade someone to agree with you or… …

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  • 6win over — v. (d; tr.) to win over to (we won them over to our side) * * * (d; tr.) to win over to (we won them over to our side) …

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  • 7win over — phr verb Win over is used with these nouns as the object: ↑sceptic …

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  • 8win over — PHRASAL VERB If you win someone over or win them round, you persuade them to support you or agree with you. [V P n (not pron)] He has won over a significant number of the left wing deputies because his programme is precisely the one they were… …

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  • 9win over — Synonyms and related words: argue into, assure, be convincing, bring around, bring home to, bring over, bring round, bring to reason, captivate, carry conviction, charm, con, convert, convict, convince, draw, draw over, drive home to, evangelize …

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  • 10win over — verb To persuade someone, gain someones support, or make someone understand the truth or validity of something. If the truth doesnt win him over, perhaps charm will …

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  • 11win over — do you really believe that flowers and jewelry are enough to win her over? Syn: persuade, convince, sway, prevail on; seduce …

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  • 12win over — (Roget s Thesaurus II) I verb To cause (another) to believe or feel sure about something: assure, convince, persuade, satisfy. See PERSUASION. II verb See WIN …

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  • 13win over — {v. phr.} To convert to one s position or point of view. * /The Democrats offered him a high level executive position and thus way won him over to their side./ …

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  • 14win over — {v. phr.} To convert to one s position or point of view. * /The Democrats offered him a high level executive position and thus way won him over to their side./ …

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  • 15win\ over — v. phr. To convert to one s position or point of view. The Democrats offered him a high level executive position and thus way won him over to their side …

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  • 16win over — persuade, cause someone to agree with one s cause …

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  • 17win round — ˌwin ˈover ˌwin ˈround [transitive] [present tense I/you/we/they win over he/she/it wins over …

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  • 18win someone over — win (someone/something) over to succeed in changing opinion. The senator made a stirring speech but failed to win over enough votes to pass his bill. The argument she used to win them over was not about who was right and who was wrong …

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  • 19win something over — win (someone/something) over to succeed in changing opinion. The senator made a stirring speech but failed to win over enough votes to pass his bill. The argument she used to win them over was not about who was right and who was wrong …

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  • 20win — ► VERB (winning; past and past part. won) 1) be successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict). 2) gain as a result of success in a contest, conflict, etc. 3) gain (someone s attention, support, or love). 4) (win over) gain the support or… …

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