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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: triumphe, from Latin triumphus

triumph

1 noun
     
tri‧umph1
1 [countable] an important victory or success after a difficult struggle:
Winning the championship is a great personal triumph.
triumph for
a tremendous diplomatic triumph for France
triumph over
the triumph over hardship
2 [uncountable] a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction that you get from victory or success:
a shout of triumph
in triumph
He rode in triumph to the Tsar.
3 [singular] a very successful example of something
triumph of
The gallery is a triumph of design.

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