win-win

adjective \ ˈwin-ˈwin , -ˌwin \
: advantageous or satisfactory to all parties involved
  • a win-win situation
  • a win-win deal

First Known Use of win-win

1962

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win-win

  • : providing a good result for everyone involved


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