Win-win meaning

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The definition of win-win is a situation or outcome where everyone comes away happy.

An example of win-win is when you like the chips and your wife likes the pickle so she trades you her chips for your pickle.

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Designating or of a situation, solution, etc. that is a compromise benefiting all parties involved.
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Designating or of a situation, course of action, etc. having multiple possible outcomes, any of which may be interpreted as successful or positive.
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Of or being a situation in which the outcome benefits each of two often opposing groups.

A win-win proposition for the buyer and the seller.

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(of a situation or outcome) That benefits both or all parties, or that has two distinct benefits.

The internship requirement for graduation has proved to be a win-win venture; companies receive the benefit of creative students with cutting-edge technical skills, while the students gain real-world experience in their chosen profession.

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