Synonyms of prize in English:

prize


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See UK English definition of prize

See Spanish definition of premio

noun

1‘Britain's most prestigious prize for contemporary art’

SYNONYMS
award, reward, premium
trophy, cup, medal, plate, shield
honour, accolade, crown, laurels, bays, palm
jackpot, bonanza, purse, winnings, sweepstake
informal pot
dated garland
archaic guerdon
prey

2‘the prizes of war’

SYNONYMS
spoils, booty, plunder, loot, pickings, profits, takings

adjective

1‘a prize bull can father thousands of cows’

SYNONYMS
champion, award-winning, prize-winning, winning, top, top-class, top-tier, first-class, first-rate, choice, quality, select, best
ANTONYMS

second-rate

2‘a prize example of how well organic farming can function’

SYNONYMS
outstanding, excellent, superlative, superb, supreme, very good, prime, fine, magnificent, marvellous, wonderful
informal great, terrific, tremendous, fantastic, top-notch, A1

3‘you must think I'm a prize idiot’

SYNONYMS
utter, complete, total, absolute, real, perfect, positive, veritable
British informal right, bloody
Australian, New Zealand informal fair
archaic arrant

verb

1‘this was the era when honesty was prized above all other virtues’

SYNONYMS
value, place a high value on, set a high value on, set great store by, rate highly, attach great importance to, esteem, hold in high regard, think highly of, treasure, cherish, hold dear, appreciate greatly