prize noun

ADJ. big, great, prestigious | special | coveted She was the first woman to win this coveted prize. | glittering He strove for the glittering prizes of politics. | first, top | runner-up, second | consolation | booby The booby prize was awarded to the worst singer in the competition. | cash, money

VERB + PRIZE award (sb), give (sb) | present The prize was presented by the mayor. | get, receive, take, win | accept

PRIZE + VERB go to sb/sth The prize went to the grey long-haired cat. | be worth sth a prize worth over £3,000

PRIZE + NOUN winner (also prizewinner) | money | draw

PREP. ~ for He won the Nobel Prize for Literature.

prize verb

PREP. above a precious thing to be prized above all else | as The library is prized as the finest of its kind in England. | for The berries are prized for their healing properties.

PHRASES highly/much prized two fruits that are much prized in Madeira

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