water-insoluble nitrogen

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
win (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to get possession of by effort or fortune
b) to obtain by work - earn striving to win a living from the sterile soil
2.
a) to gain in or as if in battle or contest - won the championship
b) to be the victor in - won the war
3.
a) to make friendly or favorable to oneself or to one's cause - often used with over won him over with persuasive arguments
b) to induce to accept oneself in marriage - was unable to win the woman he loved
4.
a) to obtain (as ore, coal, or clay) by mining
b) to prepare (as a vein or bed) for regular mining
c) to recover (as metal) from ore
5.
intransitive verb
to reach by expenditure of effort
1.
to gain the victory in a contest - succeed
2.
to succeed in arriving at a place or a state
win (noun)
- victory , especially first place at the finish (as of a horse race)
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