North American • informal
- Win a particular sports championship three times, especially consecutively: the Bulls rate as the favorite to three-peatMore example sentences
- The Lakers won't be three-peating unless they come off cruise control for the conference finals.
- He gained national acclaim by three-peating at the World Series of Poker.
- Too bad the NHL doesn't hand out the Stanley Cup in the fall, or the Coyotes would have three-peated by now.
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- A third win of a particular sports championship, especially the third of three consecutive wins: all eyes were on the 49ers' bid for a three-peatMore example sentences
- However, a three-peat and four world championships in five years has easily qualified them for dynasty status, especially in this era of the three-tiered postseason.
- With this year's title a seeming certainty for him, you know he'll be back and hungry as ever for a championship three-peat.
- We're only halfway home toward our goal of a three-peat.
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