win-win-win

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win-win-win

1. noun A transaction, exchange, interaction, etc., in which all three parties or sides involved ultimately stand to gain or benefit. The new legislation is a win-win-win for corporations, citizens, and the government alike. You'll maintain control of the company, we'll collect a percentage of the profits, and the consumers will benefit from an even better service. It's a win-win-win!
2. adjective Of or indicating such a situation. They're promising this initiative will be a win-win-win arrangement for all parties involved. The initiative is being touted as a win-win-win situation for employers and employees, as well as the city as a whole.

win-win-win

[of a situation] winning for three parties, such as manufacturer, seller, and customer. Everybody makes money! It’s win-win-win!