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trophynoun [C]

 us   /ˈtroʊ·fi/
a prize, such as a large silver cup or bowl, given to the one who wins a competition or race A trophy is also something used as a symbol of success: Under the long high-beamed ceiling, affixed to stone walls, were the trophies – heads of a rhinoceros and an African buffalo with huge horns.
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