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noun /ˈviktə/
the person who wins a battle or other contest
vencedor, ganador
The victor of this game was never in doubt. To the victor go the spoils.
victorious /-ˈtoː-/ adjective successful or winning
the victorious army Which team was victorious?
victoriously adverb
victory noun ( plural victories) (a) defeat of an enemy or rival
Our team has had two defeats and eight victories At last they experienced the joy of victory.
Translations of “victor”
in Korean 승리자…
in Arabic فائز…
in French vainqueur…
in Italian vincitore, -trice…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勝利者,獲勝者, 成功者…
in Russian победитель…
in Turkish fatih, yarışı/mücadeleyi/savaşı kazanan kimse…
in Polish zwycięz-ca/czyni…
in Portuguese vencedor, -ora…
in German der/die Sieger(in)…
in Catalan vencedor, -a…
in Japanese 勝利者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 胜利者,获胜者, 成功者…
(Definition of victor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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