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triumph

US [ˈtraɪəmf]
UK [ˈtraɪʌmf]
  • v.战胜;成功;打败
  • n.巨大成功;重大成就;伟大胜利;喜悦
  • Web黛安芬;凯旋;获得胜利
Plural Form:triumphs  Present Participle:triumphing  Past Tense:triumphed  
triumph
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n.
1.
[c][u]
巨大成功;重大成就;伟大胜利a great success, achievement or victory
one of the greatest triumphs of modern science
现代科学最重大的成就之一
It was a personal triumph over her old rival.
这是她对老对头的个人胜利。
2.
[u]
(巨大成功或胜利的)心满意足,喜悦,狂喜the feeling of great satisfaction or joy that you get from a great success or victory
a shout of triumph
喜悦的欢呼声
The winning team returned home in triumph .
球队凯旋而归。
3.
[sing]
a ~ (of sth)
(成功的)典范,楷模an excellent example of how successful sth can be
Her arrest was a triumph of international cooperation.
她的被捕是国际合作的成果。
v.
1.
[i]
~ (over sb/sth)
打败;战胜;成功to defeat sb/sth; to be successful
As is usual in this kind of movie, good triumphs over evil in the end.
像这类电影的一贯结局一样,善良战胜了邪恶。
France triumphed 3–0 in the final.
法国队在决赛中以 3:0 获胜。

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