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triumph

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈtraɪ.əmf/ us  
C1 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: The book celebrates the hostages' remarkable triumph over appalling adversity. The signing of the agreement was a personal triumph for the prime minister. It was the Republican Party's third election triumph in a row. The eradication of smallpox by vaccination was one of medicine's greatest triumphs. The constitutional changes have been hailed as a triumph for democracy. The match ended in triumph for the French team. He returned in triumph from the sales with a half-price stereo system.
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triumph

verb [I] uk   /ˈtraɪ.əmf/ us  
to have a very great success or victory: I believe that sooner or later good must triumph over evil. The Democrats once again triumphed in recent elections.
Traducciones de “triumph”
en coreano 대성공…
en árabe انتِصار…
en francés triomphe…
en turco zafer, büyük başarı, galibiyet…
en italiano trionfo…
en chino (tradicionál) 巨大成功, 勝利, 狂喜…
en ruso победа, триумф, радость победы…
en polaco triumf, zwycięstwo…
en español triunfo…
en portugués triunfo…
en alemán der Sieg, der Triumph…
en catalán triomf, èxit…
en japonés 勝利, 大成功, 征服…
en chino (simplificado) 巨大成功, 胜利, 狂喜…
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