Grand-slam meaning

A home run hit when three runners are on base.
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The set of major or most prestigious competitions in a sport, especially when won in a single season, as the Wimbledon, French Open, US Open, and Australian Open tournaments in tennis, or the Masters, US Open, British Open, and PGA Championship tournaments in golf.
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The winning of all the tricks during the play of one hand in bridge and other whist-derived card games.
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A home run hit when there is a runner on each base.
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(bridge) The bid and winning of all the tricks during the play of one hand.
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(sports) The winning of all available, major or specified events in a given year or sports season.
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(baseball) Hitting a home run when the bases are loaded.
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(UK, soccer) Winning in each of the three UEFA cups - UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup (to be renamed UEFA Europa League from 2009–10) and Cup Winners' Cup (defunct).
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(tennis) The four biggest competitions of the year: Wimbledon, the French Open, Australian Open and the US Open.
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(rugby) Victory in every game in the Six Nations competition between England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy.
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(rugby) Victory by a Southern Hemisphere national team over all of the Home Nations—England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland—in a single tour.
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(golf) The four (five) biggest competitions of the year, see Grand Slam (golf) on Wikipedia.
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