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prize1 British & World English

A thing given as a reward to the winner of a competition or in recognition of an outstanding achievement

prize2 British & World English

US spelling of prise.

prize English Thesaurus

Britain's most prestigious prize for contemporary art

prise British & World English

Use force in order to move, move apart, or open (something)

prize in prise British & World English

Use force in order to move, move apart, or open (something)

booby prize British & World English

A prize given as a joke to the person who is last in a race or competition

door prize British & World English

A prize which each person present at an event has a chance to win, usually by means of a draw or raffle

Nobel Prize British & World English

Any of six international prizes awarded annually for outstanding work in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, economics, and the promotion of peace. The Nobel Prizes, first awarded in 1901, are decided by members of Swedish learned societies or, in the case of the peace prize, the Norwegian Parliament

prize court British & World English

A naval court that adjudicates on the distribution of ships and property captured in the course of naval warfare

prize money British & World English

Money offered or received as a prize

prize ring British & World English

A ring used for prizefighting

Nobel Prize New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

six annual international prizes, for work in physics, chemistry, physiology or medicine, literature, economics, and the promotion of peace

Booker Prize British & World English

A literary prize awarded annually for a novel published by a British, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen during the previous year, formerly sponsored by Booker plc and since 2002 by Man Group plc. Full name Man Booker Prize

prize-giving British & World English

A ceremonial event at which prizes are awarded, especially one held at a school

Booker Prize New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

annual prize awarded for a novel published by a Britishm, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen

Pulitzer Prize British & World English

An award for an achievement in American journalism, literature, or music. There are thirteen made each year

consolation prize British & World English

A prize given to a competitor who just fails to win or who has come last

en prise British & World English

(Of a piece or pawn) in a position to be taken

overprize British & World English

Value too highly; overrate

prizefight British & World English

A boxing match, typically an unlicensed one, fought for prize money

the prize ring in prize ring British & World English

The practice of prizefighting; boxing

prizewinner British & World English

A winner of a prize

prise something out of/from in prise British & World English

Obtain something from (someone) with effort or difficulty

Pulitzer Prize in Pulitzer New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Joseph (1847–1911), Hungarian-born American newspaper proprietor, founder of the Pulitzer Prize for journalism

Man Booker Prize in Booker Prize British & World English

A literary prize awarded annually for a novel published by a British, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen during the previous year, formerly sponsored by Booker plc and since 2002 by Man Group plc. Full name Man Booker Prize

Man Booker Prize in Booker Prize New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

annual prize awarded for a novel published by a Britishm, Irish, or Commonwealth citizen