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trophy

noun [C]  /ˈtroʊ·fi/ us  
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.
Translations of “trophy”
in Korean 트로피…
in Arabic جائزة, كأس…
in French trophée…
in Turkish ödül, kupa…
in Italian trofeo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獎,(流動)獎盃, 戰利品, 獵獲物…
in Russian трофей, приз…
in Polish trofeum…
in Spanish trofeo…
in Portuguese troféu…
in German die Trophäe…
in Catalan trofeu…
in Japanese トロフィー, 賞品…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奖,(流动)奖杯, 战利品, 猎获物…
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