triumph

  • 21Triumph — Generically, is the condition of being victorious.Triumph may also refer to: * Roman triumph, a celebration for a victorious military commander in ancient Rome * Trionfo, a form of festivity in Renaissance ItalyBusiness* Triumph Cycle Co. Ltd., a …

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  • 22Triumph — Das Wort Triumph bezeichnet die staatliche Ehrung eines siegreichen Feldherrn im alten Rom (Triumphzug), siehe Römischer Triumph davon abgeleitet einen Sieg oder Erfolg Unternehmen: Triumph Adler, deutsche Büromaschinenmarke Triumph (Auto),… …

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  • 23triumph — I n. 1) to achieve, score a triumph 2) a glorious, splendid; short lived triumph 3) a triumph over (a triumph over evil) 4) in triumph (to return home in triumph) II v. (D; intr.) to triumph over * * * [ traɪəmf] score a triumph short lived… …

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  • 24Triumph 10/20 — Infobox Automobile name = Triumph 10/20 manufacturer = Triumph Motor Company production = 1923 1926 2500 made (see text) predecessor = none successor = Triumph 13/35 body style = 2 seat tourer, 4 seat tourer, fabric saloon engine = 1393 cc side… …

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  • 25Triumph V8 — Infobox Automobile engine name = Triumph V8 manufacturer = Triumph Motor Company type = 90 degree V8 production = 1971 1977 predecessor = successor = bore = Auto mm|86|3 stroke = Auto mm|64.5|3 displacement = 2997 cc length = width = height =… …

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  • 26triumph — tri|umph1 [ˈtraıəmf] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: triumphe, from Latin triumphus] 1.) an important victory or success after a difficult struggle ▪ Winning the championship is a great personal triumph . triumph for ▪ a tremendous… …

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  • 27triumph — I UK [ˈtraɪʌmf] / US [ˈtraɪəmf] noun Word forms triumph : singular triumph plural triumphs ** a) [countable/uncountable] a great victory or success This track has been the setting for some of her greatest triumphs. triumph of: the triumph of good …

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  • 28Triumph TR — The Triumph TR range of cars were built between 1953 and 1981 by the Triumph Motor Company in the United Kingdom.* Triumph TR2 * Triumph TR3 * Triumph TR3A * Triumph TR4 * Triumph TR4A * Triumph TR5 * Triumph TR250 * Triumph TR6 * Triumph TR7 *… …

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  • 29Triumph 13/35 — Infobox Automobile name = Triumph 13/35 manufacturer = Triumph Motor Company production = 1924 1926 2500 made (see text) predecessor = none successor = Triumph 15/50 body style = five seat tourer saloon engine = 1872 cc side valve I4 transmission …

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  • 30Triumph — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Triumph, triomphe en anglais, peut renvoyer à : En musique Triumph, un groupe de rock canadien, Triumph, un album du groupe The Jacksons, sorti en… …

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  • 31triumph — 01. Napoleon rode into Paris in [triumph] amid crowds of cheering spectators. 02. The [triumphant] Czech hockey team was welcomed by thousands of fans after their 1998 gold medal victory in the Olympics. 03. The athletes walked [triumphantly]… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 32triumph — tri|umph1 [ traıəmf ] noun ** count or uncount an exciting victory or success: This track has been the setting for some of her greatest triumphs. triumph of: the triumph of good over evil triumph over: Britain s Davis Cup triumph over France a.… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 33Triumph — Sieg; (großer) Erfolg; Gewinn; Riesenerfolg * * * Tri|umph [tri ʊmf], der; [e]s, e: a) großer, mit großer Genugtuung, Freude erlebter Erfolg: die Sängerin feiert Triumphe; diese Maschine ist ein Triumph der Technik. Syn.: ↑ Gewinn …

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  • 34triumph — [[t]tra͟ɪʌmf[/t]] ♦♦♦ triumphs, triumphing, triumphed 1) N VAR A triumph is a great success or achievement, often one that has been gained with a lot of skill or effort. The championships proved to be a personal triumph for the coach, Dave… …

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  • 35triumph — triumpher, n. /truy euhmf, umf/, n. 1. the act, fact, or condition of being victorious or triumphant; victory; conquest. 2. a significant success or noteworthy achievement; instance or occasion of victory. 3. exultation resulting from victory;… …

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  • 36triumph — 1 noun 1 (C) an important victory or success, especially after a difficult struggle: Winning the championship represents a personal triumph for the team s manager. (+ over): a brave man s triumph over adversity 2 a feeling of pleasure and… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 37triumph — n. & v. n. 1 a the state of being victorious or successful (returned home in triumph). b a great success or achievement. 2 a supreme example (a triumph of engineering). 3 joy at success; exultation (could see triumph in her face). 4 the… …

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  • 38triumph — noun 1》 a great victory or achievement.     ↘the state of being victorious or successful.     ↘joy or satisfaction resulting from a success or victory.     ↘a highly successful example: the arrest was a triumph of international cooperation. 2》… …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 39triumph — tri•umph [[t]ˈtraɪ əmf, ʌmf[/t]] n. 1) the act, fact, or condition of being victorious or highly successful; victory; success: a military triumph; medical triumphs[/ex] 2) exultation resulting from victory or success 3) anh the ceremonial… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 40triumph — I. noun (plural triumphs) Etymology: Middle English triumphe, from Old French, from Latin triumphus Date: 14th century 1. a ceremony attending the entering of Rome by a general who had won a decisive victory over a foreign enemy compare ovation 1 …

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