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trophynoun [C]

uk   /ˈtrəʊ.fi/  us   /troʊ-/
B2 a prize, such as a gold or silver cup, that is given to the winner of a competition or race, and often returned after a year to be given to the winner of the competition in the following year: He's an excellent snooker player, but he's never won a major trophy. The Duchess of Cambridge will be presenting the trophies. something used as a symbol of success from hunting or war: That stuffed pike is Pat's trophy from a fishing holiday.
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