Was awarded or awarded with?
So, the NYT has sometimes used “awarded with something”, as asked about in this thread, but more often, it seems, used it in headlines, in contexts where “awarded with” is grammatical, or where the two words are separated by punctuation.
How do you use awarded in a sentence?
awarded in a sentence
- Culin is awarded the Legion of Merit for creating the Rhino.
- The next year, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
- Graduates sit for FAA examinations and are awarded internationally recognized licenses.
- Never had the league awarded a players’contract .”
Which preposition is used after awarded?
With the verb ‘reward’, the preposition ‘with’ is used. However, ‘reward with’ is not used to express the awarding of certificates, prizes, diplomas etc. On the other hand, you could well say ‘His efforts were rewarded with the achievement of the certificate he had aimed for’.
Has been awarded tense?
Present perfect is used when the speech has been present tense, but you are saying something about the past. ie. Michael Phelps is an amazing swimmer. He has been awarded many gold medals throughout his career.
Has been had been?
“Had been” is used to mean that something happened in the past and has already ended. “Have been” and “has been” are used to mean that something began in the past and has lasted into the present time.
Is reward and award the same thing?
To put it simply, the award is given in recognition for achievement while a reward is the result of an action, it is often given by someone but can also be realized independently.
What does awardee mean?
the recipient of
noun. the recipient of an award.
What’s the difference between reward and award?
An award is given by someone in recognition of an achievement. A reward is a consequence of an action, and is often given by someone, but it can also be realized independently as well.
How do you use verb award?
Verb The judges will award a prize to the best speaker. The winner was awarded a gold medal. A prize will be awarded to the student who sells the most tickets. The jury awarded damages to the defendant.
What is the definition of awarded?
1. to give (something due), esp as a reward for merit: to award prizes. 2. (Law) law to declare to be entitled, as by decision of a court of law or an arbitrator. n. 3. something awarded, such as a prize or medal: an award for bravery.
Is awarded a noun?
award, awarding(noun) a grant made by a law court. “he criticized the awarding of compensation by the court”. award, accolade, honor, honour, laurels(noun) a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction. “an award for bravery”.
Was awarded synonym?
synonyms – awarded. award (n.) accolade, allocation, allotment, apportioning, apportionment, assignation, assignment, awarding, conferment, distribution, grant, honor, honour, laurels, parceling, parcelling, prize, reward, trophy.
What is a synonym for awarded?
award, accolade, honor, honour, laurels(noun) a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction. “an award for bravery”. Synonyms: prize, purity, awarding, honor, laurels, honour, accolade, pureness. prize, award(verb) something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery.