world-beater

world-beater
noun
a competitor who holds a preeminent position
Syn: ↑king, ↑queen
Hypernyms: ↑rival, ↑challenger, ↑competitor, ↑competition, ↑contender

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ˈworld-beater f32 [world-beater world-beaters] noun
a person or thing that is better than all others
Derived Word:world-beating

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