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win the day

win the day
Meaning: win a war or a fight or competition etc.
Example: The opposition win the day in the debate over the judge’s impeachment.

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win the day win the day Meaning : win a war or a fight or competition etc. Example : The opposition win the day in the debate over the judge’s impeachment. Idiom of the Day Meaning:

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