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tri·umph

 (trī′əmf)
intr.v. tri·umphed, tri·umph·ing, tri·umphs
1. To be victorious or successful; win.
2. To rejoice over a success or victory; exult: "She knew her leaving him ... had plunged him back into this mood. And she triumphed a little" (D.H. Lawrence).
3. To receive honors upon return from a victory. Used especially of generals in ancient Rome.
n.
1.
a. The act or fact of being victorious; a victory: her triumph in the election.
b. Exultation or rejoicing over victory or success: The fans danced in triumph after their team won.
2.
a. A success in a struggle against difficulties or an obstacle: a patient's triumph over an illness.
b. A noteworthy achievement or success: a musical that was a triumph on Broadway.
3. A public celebration, especially in ancient Rome, to welcome a returning victorious commander and his army.

[Middle English triomfen, from Old French triumpher, from Latin triumphāre, from triumphus, triumph, from earlier triumpus, ultimately (probably via Etruscan) from Greek thriambos, hymn to Dionysus.]

triumph

(ˈtraɪəmf)
n
1. the feeling of exultation and happiness derived from a victory or major achievement
2. the act or condition of being victorious; victory
3. (Historical Terms) (in ancient Rome) a ritual procession to the Capitoline Hill held in honour of a victorious general
4. obsolete a public display or celebration
5. (Card Games) cards an obsolete word for trump1
vb (intr)
6. (often foll by over) to win a victory or control: to triumph over one's weaknesses.
7. to rejoice over a victory
8. (Historical Terms) to celebrate a Roman triumph
[C14: from Old French triumphe, from Latin triumphus, from Old Latin triumpus; probably related to Greek thriambos Bacchic hymn]
ˈtriumpher n

tri•umph

(ˈtraɪ əmf, -ʌmf)

n.
1. the act, fact, or condition of being victorious or highly successful; victory; success: a military triumph; medical triumphs.
2. exultation resulting from victory or success.
3. the ceremonial entrance into ancient Rome of a victorious commander with his army, captives, etc., authorized by the senate in honor of the victory.
4. a public pageant, spectacle, or the like.
v.i.
5. to gain a victory or be highly successful.
6. to gain mastery; prevail: to triumph over fear.
7. to exult over victory; rejoice over success.
8. to be elated or glad; rejoice proudly; glory.
9. to celebrate a triumph, as a victorious Roman commander.
[before 900; Middle English triumphe (n.), Old English triumpha < Latin triump(h)us, perhaps < Etruscan < Greek thrīambos hymn to Dionysus]
tri•um′phal, adj.

triumph


Past participle: triumphed
Gerund: triumphing

Imperative
triumph
triumph
Present
I triumph
you triumph
he/she/it triumphs
we triumph
you triumph
they triumph
Preterite
I triumphed
you triumphed
he/she/it triumphed
we triumphed
you triumphed
they triumphed
Present Continuous
I am triumphing
you are triumphing
he/she/it is triumphing
we are triumphing
you are triumphing
they are triumphing
Present Perfect
I have triumphed
you have triumphed
he/she/it has triumphed
we have triumphed
you have triumphed
they have triumphed
Past Continuous
I was triumphing
you were triumphing
he/she/it was triumphing
we were triumphing
you were triumphing
they were triumphing
Past Perfect
I had triumphed
you had triumphed
he/she/it had triumphed
we had triumphed
you had triumphed
they had triumphed
Future
I will triumph
you will triumph
he/she/it will triumph
we will triumph
you will triumph
they will triumph
Future Perfect
I will have triumphed
you will have triumphed
he/she/it will have triumphed
we will have triumphed
you will have triumphed
they will have triumphed
Future Continuous
I will be triumphing
you will be triumphing
he/she/it will be triumphing
we will be triumphing
you will be triumphing
they will be triumphing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been triumphing
you have been triumphing
he/she/it has been triumphing
we have been triumphing
you have been triumphing
they have been triumphing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been triumphing
you will have been triumphing
he/she/it will have been triumphing
we will have been triumphing
you will have been triumphing
they will have been triumphing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been triumphing
you had been triumphing
he/she/it had been triumphing
we had been triumphing
you had been triumphing
they had been triumphing
Conditional
I would triumph
you would triumph
he/she/it would triumph
we would triumph
you would triumph
they would triumph
Past Conditional
I would have triumphed
you would have triumphed
he/she/it would have triumphed
we would have triumphed
you would have triumphed
they would have triumphed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.triumph - a successful ending of a struggle or contesttriumph - a successful ending of a struggle or contest; "a narrow victory"; "the general always gets credit for his army's victory"; "clinched a victory"; "convincing victory"; "the agreement was a triumph for common sense"
conclusion, ending, finish - event whose occurrence ends something; "his death marked the ending of an era"; "when these final episodes are broadcast it will be the finish of the show"
success - an event that accomplishes its intended purpose; "let's call heads a success and tails a failure"; "the election was a remarkable success for the Whigs"
win - a victory (as in a race or other competition); "he was happy to get the win"
pin, fall - when a wrestler's shoulders are forced to the mat
independence - the successful ending of the American Revolution; "they maintained close relations with England even after independence"
landslide - an overwhelming electoral victory; "Roosevelt defeated Hoover in a landslide"
last laugh - ultimate success achieved after a near failure (inspired by the saying `he laughs best who laughs last'); "we had the last laugh after the votes were counted"
Pyrrhic victory - a victory that is won by incurring terrible losses
slam, sweep - winning all or all but one of the tricks in bridge
checkmate - complete victory
romp, runaway, shoo-in, walkaway, blowout, laugher - an easy victory
service break - a tennis game won on the opponent's service
waltz, walk-in - an assured victory (especially in an election)
2.triumph - the exultation of victorytriumph - the exultation of victory    
exultation, jubilance, jubilancy, jubilation - a feeling of extreme joy
Verb1.triumph - prove superiortriumph - prove superior; "The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight"
win - be the winner in a contest or competition; be victorious; "He won the Gold Medal in skating"; "Our home team won"; "Win the game"
2.triumph - be ecstatic with joytriumph - be ecstatic with joy      
be on cloud nine, exult, jump for joy, walk on air - feel extreme happiness or elation
3.triumph - dwell on with satisfactiontriumph - dwell on with satisfaction    
preen, congratulate - pride or congratulate (oneself) for an achievement
4.triumph - to express great joytriumph - to express great joy; "Who cannot exult in Spring?"
glory - rejoice proudly
chirk up, cheer up, cheer - become cheerful

triumph

noun
1. success, victory, accomplishment, mastery, hit (informal), achievement, smash (informal), coup, belter (slang), sensation, feat, conquest, attainment, smash hit (informal), tour de force (French), walkover (informal), feather in your cap, smasheroo (slang) Cataract operations are a triumph of modern surgery.
success defeat, failure, disaster, flop (informal), catastrophe, fiasco, washout (informal), clunker (informal)
2. joy, pride, happiness, rejoicing, elation, jubilation, exultation Her sense of triumph was short-lived.
verb
1. (often with over) succeed, win, overcome, prevail, best, dominate, overwhelm, thrive, flourish, subdue, prosper, get the better of, vanquish, come out on top (informal), carry the day, take the honours a symbol of good triumphing over evil
succeed lose, fall, fail, flop (informal), come a cropper (informal)
2. rejoice, celebrate, glory, revel, swagger, drool, gloat, exult, jubilate, crow the euphoria, the sense of triumphing together as a nation

triumph

verb
To feel or express an uplifting joy over a success or victory:
phrasal verb
triumph over
To win a victory over, as in battle or a competition:
Informal: trim, whip.
Slang: ace, lick.
Idioms: carry the day, get the best of, get the better of, go someone one better.
noun
1. The act of conquering:
2. The act or condition of feeling an uplifting joy over a success or victory:
Translations
إبْتِهاج، نَشْوَة الإنْتِصاراِنْتِصَارنَصْريَنْتَصِرُيَنْتَصِر على
triumftriumfovat
triumftriumferesejrsejre
voittaavoittomenestyäriemuvoittovaltti
trijumftrijumfirati
sigrasigursigurgleîi
偉業偉業を成す凱旋勝ち誇る勝利
승리승리하다
su triumfutriumfastriumfavimastriumfuodamastriumfuojantis
svinēt uzvarutriumfēttriumfs
triumftriumfovať
zmagoslavje
triumftriumfera
ความสำเร็จประสบความสำเร็จ
zaferzafer kazanmakzafer/başarı sevincigalip gelmek
chiến thắngniềm hân hoan

triumph

[ˈtraɪʌmf]
A. N
1. (= victory) → triunfo m (over sobre) it is a triumph of man over naturees un triunfo del hombre sobre la naturaleza
to achieve a great triumphobtener un gran éxito
a new triumph for industryotro éxito para la industria
2. (= emotion) → júbilo m
in triumphcon júbilo
B. VItriunfar
to triumph over the enemytriunfar sobre el enemigo
to triumph over a difficultytriunfar de una dificultad

triumph

[ˈtraɪʌmf]
n
(= victory) → triomphe m
a moment of triumph → un moment de triomphe
(= satisfaction) → triomphe m
a sense of triumph → un sentiment de triomphe
(= achievement) to be a triumph of sth → être un triomphe de qch
The building is a triumph of modern design → Le bâtiment figure le triomphe du design moderne.
vitriompher
to triumph over sth → triompher de qch

triumph

n
Triumph m; in triumphtriumphierend, im Triumph; shouts of triumphTriumphgeschrei nt; to score a triumph over somebody/somethingeinen Triumph über jdn/etw erzielen
(Hist, = procession) → Triumphzug m
viden Sieg davontragen (→ over über +acc); to triumph over somebody/somethingüber jdn/etw triumphieren; they triumphed over incredible oddssie setzten sich gegen unglaubliche Widerstände durch; we’ve made it! he triumphedwir habens geschafft! triumphierte er

triumph

[ˈtraɪʌmf]
1. n (success) → successo; (sense of triumph) → trionfo; (victory) triumph (over)trionfo (su), vittoria (su)
in triumph → in trionfo
2. vi to triumph (over)trionfare (su)

triumph

(ˈtraiamf) noun
1. a great victory or success. The battle ended in a triumph for the Romans.
2. a state of happiness, celebration, pride etc after a success. They went home in triumph.
verb
to win a victory. The Romans triumphed (over their enemies).
triˈumphal adjective
having to do with (a) triumph. a triumphal battle.
triˈumphant adjective
(glad and excited because of) having won a victory, achieved something difficult etc. He gave a triumphant shout.
triˈumphantly adverb

triumph

اِنْتِصَار, يَنْتَصِرُ triumf, triumfovat triumf, triumfere Triumph, triumphieren θριαμβεύω, θρίαμβος triunfar, triunfo voitonriemu, voittaa triomphe, triompher trijumf, trijumfirati trionfare, trionfo 勝利, 勝利を収める 승리, 승리하다 triomf, triomferen triumf, triumfere triumf, zatriumfować triunfar, triunfo одержать победу, триумф triumf, triumfera ความสำเร็จ, ประสบความสำเร็จ galip gelmek, zafer chiến thắng, niềm hân hoan 胜利, 获得胜利

triumph

n. triunfo, éxito;
v. triunfar, tener éxito.
References in classic literature ?
The count stood like one changed to stone, and turning to the bewildered crowd, Ferdinand added, with a gay smile of triumph, "To you, my gallant friends, I can only wish that your wooing may prosper as mine has done, and that you may all win as fair a bride as I have by this masked marriage.
But I didn't let him get away," he said in triumph when he had dropped the clawing insect into the cyanide bottle where death came painlessly.
In my memory there was a succession of such pictures, fixed there like the old woodcuts of one's first primer: Antonia kicking her bare legs against the sides of my pony when we came home in triumph with our snake; Antonia in her black shawl and fur cap, as she stood by her father's grave in the snowstorm; Antonia coming in with her work-team along the evening sky-line.
We took wives who bore us children; we worshipped the Great Spirit; and we kept the Maquas beyond the sound of our songs of triumph.
So much does friendship triumph over misfortune, that sorrows and sufferings vanish at the meeting not only of real friends, but of the most distant acquaintances, and substitutes happiness in their room.
or, if you hope so to promote it better, hide it till you can triumph in its success
Strange, too, for one who has kept his calmness throughout the contest, to observe the bloodthirstiness that is developed in the hour of triumph, and to be conscious that he is himself among its objects
It is a great triumph of skill to gain the former, but a still greater proof of generalship to maintain possession of the latter, for man must battle for his fortress at every door and window.
This, naturally, was declared by several voices to give the thing the utmost price, and our friend, with quiet art, prepared his triumph by turning his eyes over the rest of us and going on: "It's beyond everything.
When the Romans took Joppa, the same skeleton was carried to Italy in triumph.
Jurgis turned away, and then in a sudden rush the full realization of his triumph swept over him, and he gave a yell and a jump, and started off on a run.
I was even impatient for to- morrow to come, I so wanted to gather in that great triumph and be the center of all the nation's wonder and reverence.