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trophy

noun /ˈtrəufi/ ( plural trophies)
a prize for winning in a sport etc
trofeo
He won a silver trophy for shooting.
something which is kept in memory of a victory, success etc
trofeo
He had kept the enemy sword as a trophy of war.
Translations of “trophy”
in Korean 트로피…
in Arabic جائزة, كأس…
in French trophée…
in Italian trofeo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獎,(流動)獎盃, 戰利品, 獵獲物…
in Russian трофей, приз…
in Turkish ödül, kupa…
in Polish trofeum…
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…
(Definition of trophy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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