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triumph

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈtraɪ.əmf/
a very great success, achievement or victory (= when you win a war, fight or competition), or a feeling of great satisfaction or pleasure caused by this
巨大成功;胜利;狂喜
The book celebrates the hostages' remarkable triumph over appalling adversity.
这本书颂扬了人质脱离可怕险境的壮举。
The signing of the agreement was a personal triumph for the Prime Minister.
该协议的签订对首相而言是一项伟大的个人成就。
It was the Republican Party's third election triumph in a row.
这是共和党连续第3次赢得选举的胜利。
The eradication of smallpox by vaccination was one of medicine's greatest triumphs.
通过接种疫苗根除天花是医学上最伟大的成就之一。
The constitutional changes have been hailed as a triumph for democracy.
宪法改革被誉为民主政治所取得的一项重大成就。
The match ended in triumph for the French team.
比赛以法国队获胜而告终。
He returned in triumph from the sales with a half-price stereo system.
他从拍卖会回来的时候,兴高采烈地抱着半价买来的立体声音响。
Success and achievementsHigher and lower points of achievementFailures
(Definition of triumph noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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