award definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To grant as merited or due: granted prizes to your champions.
    • To give as legitimately because of: awarded damages into plaintiff.
    • to provide by sentence or judicial dedication; to designate or apportion, after mindful regard to the type of the instance; to adjudge.
    • To grant as merited or due: awarded awards into the champions.
    • to offer as legitimately because of: awarded problems on plaintiff.
    • to provide by phrase or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after cautious reference to the character of the instance; to adjudge.
  • noun:
    • Something granted or issued, as for quality.
    • a choice, such as for example one made by a judge or arbitrator.
    • A judgment, phrase, or concluding decision. Particularly: The decision of arbitrators in an instance submitted.
    • The report containing the decision of arbitrators; what is warded.
    • A trophy or medal; a thing that denotes an accomplishment, particularly in a competition. A prize or honor considering merit.
    • Care, keeping.
    • A negotiated minimum-wage that's set for a specific trade or business; an industrial prize.
    • A judgment, sentence, or ultimate decision. Particularly: your choice of arbitrators in a case submitted.
    • The paper containing your choice of arbitrators; whatever is warded.
    • A decision after examination and deliberation; a judicial sentence; specially, the decision of arbitrators on things submitted for them, or perhaps the document containing these types of a decision.
    • whatever is granted or assigned by such a choice, as a medal for quality, or a sum of income as damages, etc.
    • something given for triumph or superiority in a contest or competitors or even for winning a lottery
    • a grant created by a law courtroom
    • a tangible logo signifying endorsement or difference
    • One thing awarded or approved, in terms of quality.
    • a choice, such as for example one produced by a judge or arbitrator.
    • A judgment, sentence, or concluding decision. Specifically: your decision of arbitrators in an instance submitted.
    • The report containing your choice of arbitrators; what is warded.
    • A trophy or medal; a thing that denotes an accomplishment, especially in a competition. A prize or honor based on merit.
    • Care, maintaining.
    • A negotiated minimum wage that is set for a particular trade or industry; an industrial honor.
    • A judgment, phrase, or ultimate decision. Particularly: The decision of arbitrators in an incident submitted.
    • The report containing your decision of arbitrators; what is warded.
    • a determination after assessment and deliberation; a judicial sentence; specially, your decision of arbitrators on things submitted to them, or perhaps the document containing such a decision.
    • That which is awarded or assigned by these types of a decision, as a medal for quality, or a sum of cash as problems, etc.
    • anything provided for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery
    • a grant made by a law judge
    • a tangible sign signifying approval or difference
  • verb:
    • To give by phrase or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after cautious reference to the character regarding the situation; to adjudge; because, the arbitrators awarded problems toward complainant.
    • to ascertain; to create or give an award.
    • to provide an award (prize) for quality
    • give as evaluated because of or based on quality
    • give, particularly as an honor or encourage
    • To give by phrase or judicial dedication; to designate or apportion, after mindful regard to the character regarding the case; to adjudge; as, the arbitrators awarded damages toward complainant.
    • to ascertain; to help make or give an award.
    • to provide an award (reward) for merit
    • give as evaluated due or based on merit
    • give, specifically as an honor or encourage
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to find out; in order to make an award.
    • To determine; which will make an award.
  • others:
    • To adjudge to-be due; assign or bestow at the time of right; provide by judicial dedication or deliberate judgment, specially upon arbitration or umpirage: as, to honor the awards at a school examination; the arbitrators awarded him hefty damages.
    • To phrase; adjudge or determine the doom of.
    • In an over-all sense, to permit the ownership of; allow; allot; yield.
    • to shield.
    • To prevent.
    • To adjudge to be because of; assign or bestow as of right; offer by judicial dedication or deliberate wisdom, specifically upon arbitration or umpirage: as, to award the rewards at a school examination; the arbitrators awarded him heavy problems.
    • To phrase; adjudge or figure out the doom of.
    • In a broad good sense, allowing the ownership of; allow; allot; yield.
    • To guard.
    • To ward off.

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