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win (out) (over someone or something)

to defeat someone or something. I hope our team wins out over you guys. Good teamwork always wins out.
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But Espinoza bounced back a half-hour later to win the $250,000 Debutante, a 7-furlong race for 2-year-old fillies, as Bob Baffert-trained Point Ashley ($5.
Canadian--born comedian Marie Dressler wins an Academy Award for her performance in Min and Bill.
All-Glass Aquarium and Kaytee win Pet Business Magazine's "Industry Recognition Awards"
Winning again would be nice, but it seems he is more interested in snapping Matt Kenseth's two-race winning streak than adding another California Speedway win to his resume.
The "Tiger Wins, You Could Win" contest will give away a Buick Lucerne CXS that Woods will drive to each tournament this season.
After a highly successful 2004 season, the Gillette Young Guns are kicking the 2005 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series into high gear with new sweepstakes and consumer promotions that will give fans and the National Prostate Cancer Coalition (NPCC) the chance to win prizes ranging from $1,000 to $1 million.
His most recent win came in 2005 at Michigan International Speedway.
By enabling Renesas' North American sales teams to effectively manage every aspect of their design wins -- from opportunity identification, to quoting and sampling, and now all the way through to the actual sales order -- we can help enhance Renesas' customer experience and success on a global basis.
The wins for Dixon were meaningful and the progress the team made was encouraging.
A "2x" symbol wins double the prize shown for that game.
If Schumacher can win at Pomona, he will become the first top fuel driver in NHRA history to win five races in a row.
Ginn used the CTU 30(TM) golf ball to earn his first major championship, while three other professionals on the LPGA, European, and Senior European tours used Callaway Golf's HX(R) golf ball with next-generation aerodynamics in their wins.
Nothing short of a win in the track's last race will satisfy the driver from Frazier Park.