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  1. verb (intransitive): To prove more powerful or superior; to succeed or triumph.
  2. verb (intransitive): To be widespread or generally accepted; to become prevalent.

Sample Sentences:

1. As the final minutes ticked away, the home team managed to prevail over their rivals with a last-minute goal.

2. Despite facing numerous challenges, she prevailed against all odds and achieved her lifelong dream.

3. The concept of freedom will prevail in a society that values liberty and equality.

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