Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A premium; a prize; specifically, the stakes or cup in a French horse-race or other sporting event: used by English writers in such phrases as grand prix and prix de Rome (in French national competitions in the fine arts).

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Examples

  • Does Ecclestone have any qualms when remembering his decision to remove the British grand prix from the 2005 calendar?

    Bernie Ecclestone heads for 80 but has no plans to put the brakes on

  • The oldest driver to win a grand prix is Italian Luigi Fagioli in 1951 at the age of 53.

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  • As someone who also opted out of what a friend of mine once called the prix fixe menu of life, I too feel that odd sense of having nothing to bring to the table in those odd moments of social discourse.

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  • "They're complacent, they're somewhat arrogant and we believe we can offer a night grand prix, which is something the promoters we know need to service their European viewership."

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  • "They're complacent, they're somewhat arrogant and we believe we can offer a night grand prix, which is something the promoters we know need to service their European viewership."

    The Age News Headlines

  • '' They're complacent, they're somewhat arrogant and we believe we can offer a night grand prix, which is something the promoters we know need to service their European viewership. ''

    The Age News Headlines

  • "They're complacent, they're somewhat arrogant and we believe we can offer a night grand prix, which is something the promoters we know need to service their European viewership."

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  • "We believe we can offer a night grand prix, which is something the promoters we know need to service their European viewership," he said.

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  • The inaugural South Korean grand prix, which is scheduled for October 24th, is reported to be on shaky ground and may not take place due to a delay in construction.

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  • "They're complacent, they're somewhat arrogant and we believe we can offer a night grand prix, which is something the promoters we know need to service their European viewership."

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