Synonyms of win in English:

win


See definition of win

verb

1‘Steve has won the Isle of Man race three times’

SYNONYMS
come first in, finish first in, be victorious in, triumph in, take first prize in, achieve success in, be successful in, prevail in
informal wrap up
ANTONYMS

lose

2‘she was determined to win’

SYNONYMS
come first, finish first, be the winner, be victorious, be the victor, carry the day, win the day, carry all before one, defeat the opposition, overcome the opposition, take the crown, take the honours, gain the palm, come out ahead, come out on top, succeed, triumph, prevail, achieve mastery
sweep the board, make a clean sweep
informal win out, clean up
ANTONYMS

lose, be beaten

3‘he won a £20,000 cash prize’

SYNONYMS
secure, gain, achieve, attain, earn, obtain, acquire, procure, get, collect, pick up, walk away with, walk off with, come away with, carry off
receive
informal land, net, bag, bank, pot, scoop

4‘Ilona seems to have won his heart’

SYNONYMS
captivate, steal, gain

noun

1‘a 3–0 win over Birmingham’

SYNONYMS
victory, triumph, conquest, success, game, set, and match
ANTONYMS

defeat


Phrases

    win someone round/over

    ‘Daisy made heroic efforts to win him round’


    SYNONYMS

    persuade, talk round, bring round, convince, induce, sway, prevail on