winning/losing streak

noun

: a series of wins/losses

Examples of winning/losing streak in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Royals dropped to 24-17 and snapped their three-game winning streak ahead of Sunday’s finale. Jaylon Thompson, Kansas City Star, 12 May 2024 Colorado beat the Giants 9-1 behind that season-high seven-run frame, snapping a four-game losing streak and claiming the series finale against San Francisco in the process. Kyle Newman, The Denver Post, 9 May 2024 Max Muncy hit a grand slam in the first inning as the Los Angeles Dodgers extended their winning streak to six games with an 8-2 victory over the visiting Miami Marlins on Tuesday. Miami Herald, 8 May 2024 Advertisement And followed that with an eight-game winning streak. Kirk Kenney, San Diego Union-Tribune, 3 May 2024 The winning streak is the eighth longest in team history and the lengthiest since 2008. Betsy Helfand, Twin Cities, 2 May 2024 The tech-heavy Nasdaq was up 1.5%, while the S&P 500 had added 0.9% and was close to breaking a multi-day losing streak. Vinamrata Chaturvedi, Quartz, 2 May 2024 Meanwhile, Willow Glen had enjoyed an 11-game winning streak before falling 6-5 to reigning NorCal Open champion Hollister on Saturday. Joseph Dycus, The Mercury News, 30 Apr. 2024 Carson is on an 11-game winning streak and looking like the prime challenger to Birmingham and Granada Hills in the City Open Division playoffs. Eric Sondheimer, Los Angeles Times, 29 Apr. 2024

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“Winning/losing streak.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/winning%2Flosing%20streak. Accessed 21 May. 2024.

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