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trophy

noun [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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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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