cham·pi·on·ship / ˈchampēənˌship/ • n. 1. a contest for the position of champion in a sport, often involving a series of games or matches. ∎ the position or title of the winner of such a contest. 2. the vigorous support or defense of someone or something: Alan’s championship of his estranged wife.
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