victor

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noun vic·tor \ˈvik-tər\

Definition of victor

  1. :  one that defeats an enemy or opponent :  winner

victor

adjective

Examples of victor in a sentence

  1. the victors in the battle

  2. <the computer is usually the victor in a chess match against a human opponent>

Origin and Etymology of victor

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin, from vincere to conquer, win; akin to Old English wīgan to fight, Lithuanian veikti to be active


First Known Use: 14th century


Victor

vic·tor

Definition of Victor

  1. —a communications code word for the letter v

1942

First Known Use of victor

1942



VICTOR Defined for English Language Learners

victor

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noun vic·tor \ˈvik-tər\

Definition of victor for English Language Learners

  • : a person who defeats an enemy or opponent


VICTOR Defined for Kids

victor

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noun vic·tor \ˈvik-tər\

Definition of victor for Students

  1. :  someone who defeats an enemy or opponent :  winner



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