How are you going to define "defeat" and "victory"?

China
November 18, 2006 10:54pm CST
From my point of view, "defeat" can be defined as: to lose sth. or fail in dealing with sth., while "victory" takes the meaning of "to succeed in doing sth. or to get what one wants triumphantly" Everyone works so hard to obtain "vicotry" instead of "being defeated" as the famous words from THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA "Man can never be defeated."
3 responses
@moneymind (10518)
• Philippines
19 Nov 06
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the opposite of each other. thats how i define them. greetings. : )
• China
20 Nov 06
Thanks.
@blueman (16513)
• India
19 Nov 06
i think everyone wants to achieve victory on whatever he does, so victory is like making it known that you are the best. and defeat means that there is someone who is better then you.
• China
20 Nov 06
cheers, mate.
@epizzahut (2079)
• China
20 Nov 06
Everyone might have a goal in his life,I named it victory . The work I do to achieve the goal I named it defeat.That mean I will have much much defeat in order to achieve my goal,to win the victory.This is my definition to the two word.