Translation of winning in Spanish:


ganador, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈwɪnɪŋ//ˈwɪnɪŋ/


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    (team/candidate) ganador
    (shot/goal) de la victoria
    (shot/goal) decisivo
    to hold the winning hand llevar las de ganar
    • Winners breed a winning mentality and their success can encourage others to take up the sport.
    • Forty years on, our successors have no doubt that they are on history's winning side.
    • Paul Hanagan got his Derby day off to a winning start as he rode Vintage Premium to victory.
    • A national childcare competition has picked a Southend carer as its winning entrant.
    • At each of these events, they would like to share a little about the filmmakers behind the winning films.
    • The winning entries of a local photography competition will be displayed in the town library for a week.
    • The crowd cheered loudly as the host of the contest walked on stage with the name of the winning band in his hand.
    • Benfleet kept on the winning trail with victory over lowly Epping at Woodside Park by six wickets.
    • Horwich stormed on at the top of the table with a winning double to make it four victories out of four.
    • Part of the prize is a residency at the theatre, as well as the West-end production of the winning play.
    • Council chiefs also hope they will give Bury a winning chance in a national floral competition.
    • At tournaments he will always bring a competitive edge, that winning mentality.
    • The winning bidder had no more success managing the company than the old management.
    • You obviously know the rules so let's see if your lucky break becomes a winning streak.
    • He has since embarked on a winning streak courtesy of his grit, tenacity and persistent style.
    • The Swede produces two successive winning returns to win the game and level the set.
    • All contestants were treated to a lunch in which the winning recipe was used as part of the menu.
    • Without a winning instinct how on earth is any competitor going to succeed in their chosen sport?
    • We at the Fool are also great believers of learning how successful investors pick winning shares.
    • Wilson hopes the Gunners will copy his winning ways and have another successful season.
  • 2

    (smile/personality) encantador
    she has such winning ways tiene un encanto irresistible
    • I look round, expecting to see some six foot Adonis with a winning smile and an easy charm.
    • Inter lacks a coach with a winning mentality, who knows how to develop attractive football.
    • The wicked mix of an acerbic tongue and a winning smile means holding grudges is nigh impossible.
    • With her winning smile and bright blue eyes, Kate Walsh was a young girl with everything going for her.
    • His firm handshake, welcoming smile and boyish charm were a winning combination.