pencampwr, bencampwr, bencampwyr, campreg, campwr, campwraig, campwyr, congrinero, champreg, champwr, champwraig, champwyr, chongrinero, gampreg, gampwr, gampwyr, gongrinero, nghampreg, nghampwr, nghampwraig, nghampwyr, nghongrinero, mhencampwr, mhencampwyr, pencampwraig, pencampwyr, phencampwr, phencampwyr, gampwraig
Noun(1) someone who has won first place in a competition(2) someone who fights for a cause(3) a person who backs a politician or a team etc.(4) someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
Verb(1) protect or fight for as a champion
Adjective(1) holding first place in a contest
(1) She then transforms into a champion of animal rights just so that her little Taco Bell doggie ├ö├ç├┐Bruiser├ö├ç├û can have his birth mother attend her wedding.(2) He didn't tell his mates at school about all his medical problems and he didn't mention that against all the odds, he was a sporting champion .(3) Thus, he cannot present himself as a champion of democracy and at the same time adhere to the position of those who dismiss it.(4) the reigning world champion(5) Whether Michael or Michelle, she has always been a strong liberal supporter and champion of women's causes.(6) Once all four competitions have been completed, an average of each unit's scores over the entire competition will determine the champion .(7) She had never so much as read about medieval knights, and now she had to fight like a champion .(8) Although Munir never claimed that his efforts were intended to protect women's rights, many women activists viewed the slain campaigner as a champion of women's rights.(9) It needs to recognise that, all too often, it poses as a champion of democracy while supporting regimes which have no proper respect for democracy.(10) Of course, in Texas, being a champion of the environment has never been a guarantee of political success.(11) On the campaign trail, he proclaimed himself a champion of Italy's private sector.(12) A champion of privatization, he's been holding closed-door meetings with moderate Democrats in the hopes of forging a compromise.(13) five-time world snooker champion(14) The accidental champion : injuries to rivals, good fortune and, yes, a little planning helped the Spurs win a championship ahead of schedule.(15) former champion(16) He is also a strong supporter of devolving power to the regions and is a champion of the campaign to create a directly elected Yorkshire mini-parliament.
(1) world champion :: bencampwr byd
1. winner ::
2. advocate ::
3. knight ::
4. virtuoso ::
5. paladin ::
6. champ ::
7. supporter ::
8. advocate ::
9. defend ::
10. prizewinning ::
1. antagonist ::
2. opponent ::
Different Formschampion, championed, championing, champions, championship, championships
English to Welsh Dictionary: champion
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