Very special
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1. to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common. 2. to a remarkable degree or extent. 3. surpassing what is common or usual or expected. 4. being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected. 5. having a specific function or scope. 6. unique or specific to a person or thing or category. … Read More

Silver prize
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The second prize after the gold prize at exhibitions and fairs. Japanese says “GIn-Sho”. > Prize Kanji stocks ぎんしょう 漢字

Pyramid
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1. a massive monument with a square base and four triangular sides. 2. a polyhedron having a polygonal base and triangular sides with a common vertex. 3. a monumental achievement. Japanese says Kin-ji-to. > Africa spot in Kanji stock ピラミッド きんじとう 漢字

prize winner
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recipient of a prize, award, etc. Japanese calls Ju-Sho-Sha. > Prize Kanji stocks じゅしょうしゃ 漢字

best on earth
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That there is nothing better than the world. First in the whole world. unique thing. Japanese calls Ten-Ka-Ichi. > the best Kanji stocks てんかいち 漢字

Best actor award
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One of the Academy Awards categories. There is also an Academy Award in Japan, which has the same name. Also, even if it is not an Academy Award, there is the same award. Japanese says Shu-En-Dan-Yu-Shou. > Prize Kanji stock

Best actress award
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One of the Academy Awards categories for woman. There is also an Academy Award in Japan, which has the same name. Also, even if it is not an Academy Award, there is the same award. Japanese says Shu-En-Joyu-Shou. > Prize Kanji stock

certain victory
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Japanese says “Hi-Sho”. a conviction of sure victory. faith in one’s certain success. confident victory, certainty of victory > win stock ひっしょう 漢字

Rookie of the year
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This award is given to the artist, actor, singer, etc. who made the most debut in that year. Japanese says “Shin jin sho”. > Prizes kanji stock しんじんしょう 漢字

biggest in history
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The biggest thing in history. A word that represents the largest of the things in the range that are kept in records or that are grasped by research etc. Japanese calls Shi-Jo-Sai-Dai. > greatest Kanji stock しじょうさいだい 漢字

Win the championship
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Japanese says “Yu Shou”. be the winner in a contest or competition. > win Kanji stocks ゆうしょう 漢字 一位 一等

Bronze prize
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Third prize in exhibitions, fairs and competitions. Japanese says “Do-Sho”. > Prize Kanji stocks どうしょう 漢字