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triumph

noun
 
/ˈtraɪ·əmf/
an important success
勝利, 大成功, 征服
Barcelona’s 2-0 triumph over Manchester United The bridge is a triumph of engineering.
triumph
 
/ˈtraɪ·əmf/ verb
勝ち取る, 征服する
Brazil triumphed 4-2 in the final. The Giants triumphed over the Rangers, 4 games to 1.
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 German der Sieg, der Triumph…
in Catalan triomf, èxit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大成功, 胜利, 狂喜…
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