grand-slammer

grand slam

noun
1.
Bridge. the winning of all thirteen tricks of a deal. Compare little slam.
2.
Also, grand-slammer. Baseball. a home run with three runners on base.
3.
Sports. the winning by a single player of several designated major championship contests in one season, as in golf or tennis.
4.
any sweeping success or total victory.

Origin:
1890–95

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grand slam
 
n
1.  bridge the winning of 13 tricks by one player or side or the contract to do so
2.  the winning of all major competitions in a season, esp in tennis and golf
3.  (often capital) rugby Union Compare triple crown the winning of all five games in the annual Six Nations Championship involving England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, France, and Italy

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