Translation of winnings in Spanish:

winnings

ganancias, n.

Pronunciation /ˈwɪnɪŋz/

plural noun

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    (obtenidas en el juego) ganancias feminine
    to pick up one's winnings recoger lo que se ha ganado / recoger las ganancias
    • The holder of the €1 million lotto jackpot ticket sold in Sligo has not yet come forward to collect the winnings.
    • As an amateur, she was ineligible for prize money, and her winnings were donated to the Special Olympics.
    • Part of it comes from unclaimed Premium Bond winnings but there are many savings accounts that are lying dormant too.
    • The table had a 5 minimum bet, which was a bit alarming, but I decided to play until I'd spent 40 and not gamble any winnings.
    • Traditional bookmakers now pay tax on gross profits rather than punters paying tax on their winnings.
    • Martin told the FBI the money came from gambling winnings and was lent to the players.
    • He does acknowledge that he was able to acquire his rental property with $30,000 from his winnings as a down payment.
    • Fake tax certificates are also sent out, persuading many people to pay thousands of euros for what they believe is a genuine tax on their winnings.
    • This tax relief is restricted to income from wages and winnings and is back-dated to April 1990.
    • To collect her winnings, Mutola must compete in the World Athletics Final in Monaco from 13 to 14 September.
    • Designing multi-million pound courses can be a lucrative business - even more profitable than the winnings of many top pros.
    • He looked a bit shocked when I turned up to collect my winnings wearing a pink top and a skirt, something he got used to a few years later when I started to work for him.
    • I collected my winnings and bought us all chips as we took a table by the big plastic windows inside and picked which dogs we'd back for the rest of the evening.
    • The most immediate way is purchasing the car outright using the prize money from your winnings.
    • But she just needed to pay a £749 authorisation fee to begin collecting her winnings.
    • I wrote back saying that they could take the money from my winnings and send me the rest - and of course never heard any more!
    • Simply saying it's time he moved up to the heavyweight ranks for some serious money winnings.
    • Punters receive a call or email congratulating them on winning a big prize - but have to pay a fee or taxes before they can collect their winnings.
    • The two flew from Farranfore to Dublin to collect their winnings from National Lottery Headquarters.
    • She texted me back and asked me to collect the winnings.