Nobel Prize

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noun No·bel Prize \nō-ˈbel-, ˈnō-ˌbel-\

Definition of Nobel Prize

  1. :  any of various annual prizes (as in peace, literature, medicine) established by the will of Alfred Nobel for the encouragement of persons who work for the interests of humanity —called also Nobel

Examples of nobel prize in a sentence

  1. He won the Nobel Prize for economics.

1899

First Known Use of nobel prize

1899


NOBEL PRIZE Defined for English Language Learners

Nobel Prize

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noun No·bel Prize \nō-ˈbel-, ˈnō-ˌbel-\

Definition of Nobel Prize for English Language Learners

  • : one of six annual prizes that are awarded to people for important work in the fields of literature, physics, chemistry, medicine, and economics and for helping to bring about peace in the world


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