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triumph

noun  /ˈtrɑɪ·əmf/ us  
a complete victory or success achieved esp. after great difficulties, making the result particularly satisfying: [C] The elimination of smallpox was one of medicine’s greatest triumphs.
triumph
verb [I]  /ˈtrɑɪ·əmf/ us  
We visited Yorktown Battlefield on the York River, where in 1781 George Washington’s forces triumphed over the English army.
triumphant
adjective  /trɑɪˈʌm·fənt/ us  
He made a triumphant return to the stage after several years working in television.
Translations of “triumph”
in Korean 대성공…
in Arabic انتِصار…
in French triomphe…
in Turkish zafer, büyük başarı, galibiyet…
in Italian trionfo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大成功, 勝利, 狂喜…
in Russian победа, триумф, радость победы…
in Polish triumf, zwycięstwo…
in Spanish triunfo…
in Portuguese triunfo…
in German der Sieg, der Triumph…
in Catalan triomf, èxit…
in Japanese 勝利, 大成功, 征服…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大成功, 胜利, 狂喜…
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