Jackpot ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Jackpot ( noun )

  1. A large sum of money or prize won in a game of chance or lottery.
  2. A situation or circumstance in which a person or thing has achieved great success or prosperity.

Origin:

The word jackpot is thought to have originated in the united states in the late 19th century, possibly from the phrase "jack pot", referring to a pot used in a gambling game where a jack was used as a top card.

Examples:

  1. I hit the jackpot when I won the lottery.
  2. He hit the jackpot when he found a job at Google.
  3. The company hit the jackpot with their latest product launch.
  4. She hit the jackpot when she married that wealthy businessman.
  5. After years of hard work, he finally hit the jackpot and became successful.

(As a verb)

Jackpot ( verb )

  1. A large sum of money or prize won in a game of chance or lottery.
  2. A situation or circumstance in which a person or thing has achieved great success or prosperity.

Origin:

The word jackpot is thought to have originated in the united states in the late 19th century, possibly from the phrase "jack pot", referring to a pot used in a gambling game where a jack was used as a top card.

Examples:

  1. I hit the jackpot when I won the lottery.
  2. He hit the jackpot when he found a job at Google.
  3. The company hit the jackpot with their latest product launch.
  4. She hit the jackpot when she married that wealthy businessman.
  5. After years of hard work, he finally hit the jackpot and became successful.
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