- a great victory or achievement；the state of being victorious or successful
- achieve a victory; be successful；rejoice or exult at a victory or success
noun: triumph, plural noun: triumphs
verb: triumph, 3rd person present: triumphs, gerund or present participle: triumphing, past tense: triumphed, past participle: triumphed
- 1. a great victory or achievement:
a garden built to celebrate Napoleon's many triumphs
- 2. the state of being victorious or successful:
the king returned home in triumph
- 3. joy or satisfaction resulting from a success or victory:
‘Here it is!’ Helen's voice rose in triumph
- 4. a highly successful example of something:
the marriage had been a triumph of togetherness
- 5. the processional entry of a victorious general into ancient Rome.
- 1. achieve a victory; be successful:
they had no chance of triumphing over the Nationalists
- 2. rejoice or exult at a victory or success:
she stopped triumphing over Mrs Ward's failure
- 3. (of a Roman general) ride into ancient Rome after a victory.
- n.a great victory or achievement:
- a garden built to celebrate Napoleon's many triumphs
- v.achieve a victory; be successful:
- spectacle has once again triumphed over content
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