Definition of prizewinner
: a winner of a prize
Recent Examples of prizewinner from the Web
The main aim of the two prizewinners is to integrate several technologies in one device.
And Hardy is currently working with 2012 prizewinner, MM Planners, to open its bridge hotel concept, Koi, in Paris.
Congrats to the prizewinners at the first Philly Youth Theatre Festival at the Prince Theatre on June 7.
Their ranks include dozens of Nobel and Pulitzer prizewinners, geniuses recognized as MacArthur Foundation fellows, and almost 60 foreign Fulbrights who went on to become heads of state.
The lecture is a requirement of Nobel prizewinners, who have six months after the awards ceremony to deliver it.
HARMONIUM A prizewinner at Cannes, Koji Fukada’s film captures the ripple effects on one family after the father (Kanji Furutachi) invites an acquaintance (Tadanobu Asano), a recent ex-convict, to work with him in the garage next to his home.
In addition, fans can enter the Super-Villains Big Score Sweepstakes on the site, where one grand prizewinner will win super-villain themed prizes including special collectibles and original artwork.
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Definition of prizewinner for English Language Learners
: someone or something that wins a prize
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