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prize-giving
Pronunciation: / ˈpraɪzɡɪvɪŋ /

Translation of prize-giving in Spanish:

noun

  • (British English)
    entrega (feminine) de premios
    (before noun) prize-giving ceremony (British English)
    Example sentences
    • Three of the teams finished equal first on 2/3 and members of all the winning teams received awards at the prize-giving ceremony.
    • Tonight my son's school has their annual prize-giving awards ceremony.
    • The winners will be announced in April at a prize-giving event at Earlsfield Library where the winning entries and some of the best runners-up will be put on display.

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