Definitions of "prevail"
  1. To be successful in achieving the main aim or desired outcome in a legal case
  2. A state when something is commonly occurring or widely accepted
How to use "prevail" in a sentence
  1. The defense team was confident they would prevail in court.
  2. In civil law, the burden of proof lies with the party who wishes to prevail.
  3. In the past, cash payments used to prevail in commercial transactions.

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