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15.
win- (prefix) Added on to a word, usually a noun to describe the level of win, or awesomeness the word has.
"hey lets go to swagats. mmm win-dian"

"this chicken tiki masala has a lot of win-namon in it, mmm."
Por Thenameisbam 03 de diciembre de 2007
 
16.
Win
The act of defeating one in a challenge. Whether it be a game, life, or just simply existing.
Man, Tati and Jacqi win so hard, they can never win any competitions, because their existence alone wins so much it steals anybody else's chance of winning. Therefore, there's no win left standing to let them win the competition, yet they win through existence. Which, thus creating... SUCH a win.
Por Jackattack567811113 12 de febrero de 2011
 
17.
a way to say epic without people wanting to shoot you.

on the internetz the exclamation mark is needed when stated by it's self; when used in a sentence the exclamation mark is optional

when the word is used irl it should not be said by it's self.
unless your friends are hip and know you're not saying "when!"
"dude i got two toys in my kids meal!"
"fuckin win dude!"

facebook:
gr3g- ii got 2 toiyz in mi kidz meal nigga!
RalF- win!
Por GregS. 03 de diciembre de 2010
 
18.
win
fun
i win games
ergo
i have fun
Por soulfly1337 27 de octubre de 2012
 
19.
WIN
Well I Never! An exclamation of surprise, like a Sir.
"Captain, we've struck an iceberg. The ship's sinking and we're all going to die, even Kate Winslet!"

(Pause for draw on pipe and thoughtful gaze into middle distance)

"Well I Never"
Por CycleMichael 04 de junio de 2012
 
20.
Win
All Charlie Sheen and DJ Khaled do.
Charlie Sheen isn't bipolar: he's biwinning
Por OpTic ylleJelly 24 de abril de 2011
 
21.
What your machine or gadget does when it breaks down and quits on you.
Well, the transmission's shot, or the head is blown, or it wouldn't start this morning. My car wins! And I lose in this old time-money-inconvenience round. That temperamental, or worse, heap of lemon! You win if you nip the sucker in the bud with a minimum of drama.
Por Milt Alwin 13 de febrero de 2011