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triumph

noun /ˈtraiamf/
a great victory or success
der Sieg
The battle ended in a triumph for the Romans.
a state of happiness, celebration, pride etc after a success
der Triumph
They went home in triumph.
triumphal adjective having to do with (a) triumph
triumphal
a triumphal battle.
triumphant adjective (glad and excited because of) having won a victory, achieved something difficult etc
triumphierend
He gave a triumphant shout.
triumphantly adverb
triumphierend
Translations of “triumph”
in Korean 대성공…
in Arabic انتِصار…
in French triomphe…
in Italian trionfo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大成功, 勝利, 狂喜…
in Russian победа, триумф, радость победы…
in Turkish zafer, büyük başarı, galibiyet…
in Polish triumf, zwycięstwo…
in Spanish triunfo…
in Portuguese triunfo…
in Catalan triomf, èxit…
in Japanese 勝利, 大成功, 征服…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大成功, 胜利, 狂喜…
(Definition of triumph from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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