reward given to the winner of a competition, race, etc.
sth of value that is gained after a struggle; a precious possession
"the prize was a free trip to Europe"
"I prize these old photographs"
"The burglar jimmied the lock"
"Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail"
"I respect his judgement"
"We prize his creativity"
He won first prize in..a model-making competition.
In a grammar school, prizes are plotted for, swotted for, expected.
出自： E. Blishen
The Daily Mail had offered a prize of s10,000 for the first successful transatlantic crossing.
出自：Journal of Navigation
Peasants who prized their bullocks and..ancestral tombs above all things.
出自： F. Fitzgerald
Wit was not something he prized.
出自： V. Brome
Freedom is prized above riches.
A good woman is prized above jewels.
误 He won the Gold Prize of maths this year.
正 He won the Gold Prize for maths this year.