win-win

Definition

An arrangement in which all parties benefit.

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It was a win-win situation for us and that meant that everything was going to be okay for everyone in the company.

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Adam saw his arrangement with Deborah as a win-win situation for them: he got the diner he's always dreamed of, and she got a place to eat where she could dictate exactly what to put on the menu.

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The defense was able to get Mike's sentence down to ten years instead of thirty, but the prosecutor was happy about the win-win since he would at least be serving part of his sentence for killing the dog.

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