- n the basic unit of money in South Korea
- n the basic unit of money in North Korea
- v be the winner in a contest or competition; be victorious
He won the Gold Medal in skating
Our home team won
- v win something through one's efforts
- v obtain advantages, such as points, etc.
- v attain success or reach a desired goal
she struggled to overcome her handicap and won
- a not subject to defeat
with that move it's a won game
- Though Abbas's decision to disband the government is unlikely to be accepted by Hamas which won the last Palestinian elections in January 2006 the outcome of the battle .
- Every time a Bangladeshi party has won an absolute majority, it has compromised that position by suppressing dissent and hoarding power, says Khan of the human rights group Odhikar.
- At age 15, she won a $10,000 Westinghouse Science Talent Search scholarship.
News & Articles
- Won Near Two-Month Low as Foreigners Sell Shares; Bonds Advance
The won fell and was 0.9 percent off a two-month low as foreigners sold South Korean shares before this week’s Federal Reserve meeting. Government bonds rose.
June 17, 2013 - Bloomberg
- Loki Won’t Be In ‘The Avengers 2,’ Says Joss Whedon [Audio]
Thor’s archnemesis and adoptive brother Loki won’t be appearing in The Avengers sequel, according to director Joss Whedon. Whedon told Empire Friday that the supervillain, who first appeared in 2011?s Thor, won’t be reprising his role for The Avengers 2. “Everyone is going to be looking for the Loki-Hulk smash moment and you’ll be looking for [a quim moment]. First... Read more » Loki Won’t Be ...
June 16, 2013 - The Inquisitr
- NBA won't change flopping rules for next season
NBA won't change flopping rules for next season
June 16, 2013 - CBS Sports
- Barack Obama in Washington Post
I welcome debate among my team, but I won't tolerate division,Obama said.
- Dwyane Wade in The Associated Press
I won't speak to him again until he makes his decision,Wade said. "And when it's over, I will congratulate him. But I will be watching."
- Mitch McConnell in The Hill (blog)
The fact that this administration won't allow the man charged with implementing the president's plan to cut $500 billion out of Medicare to testify about his plans for the care of our nation's seniors is truly outrageous,he said.