Definition of "awarded" []

  • To give (something due), esp as a reward for merit (verb)
  • To declare to be entitled, as by decision of a court of law or an arbitrator (verb)
  • Something awarded, such as a prize or medal (noun)
  • (in Australia and New Zealand) the amount of an award wage (esp in the phrase above award) (noun)
  • The decision of an arbitrator (noun)
  • A grant made by a court of law, esp of damages in a civil action (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of award. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "awarded" in a sentence
  • "Political pressure has been mounting for the title awarded by Labour to Sir Fred in 2004 for "services to banking" to be withdrawn over his role in the subsequent collapse of RBS."
  • "KNIGHT NO MORE: The government's Honors Forfeiture Committee has decided to annul the title awarded to Fred Goodwin, who pursued the takeover of Dutch bank ABN Amro that led RBS to the brink of collapse in 2008."
  • "The title awarded every April comes with a $US100 bar tab at the rural inn."