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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.
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