One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Whether one succeeds or fails.‘win or lose, the important thing for him is to set a good example to his side’
- ‘They know a fan truth that is as old as sport itself - it's not whether you win or lose, it's how much of a ruckus you create along the way.’
- ‘Whether they win or lose, the action is electrifying, it's second to none and owners are right in the thick of it.’
- ‘However, whether they win or lose, a corner has definitely been turned.’
- ‘It is nice to win, but I find the last few years, it really doesn't matter whether we do or not and if it's a good game, you enjoy it whether you win or lose.’
- ‘Whether they fight may be more important than whether they win or lose in the end.’
- ‘It's not how you play the game, it's whether you win or lose that counts.’
- ‘It's not whether you win or lose, it's whether you wake up with a good story.’
- ‘He seems utterly absorbed with his personal statistics and appears not to care whether the Cubs win or lose.’
- ‘It matters to them whether they miss a spare, whether they win or lose a pot.’
- ‘In the great game of life, whether you win or lose depends upon which voice is the loudest at the moment of decision.’
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