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verb [intransitive] triumph pronunciation in American English /ˈtraɪəmf/
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present tense
I/you/we/theytriumph
he/she/ittriumphs
present participletriumphing
past tensetriumphed
past participletriumphed
  1. to win a great victory, or to have a great success
    It was the youngest team ever to triumph at the Olympics.
    Young love triumphs in the end.
    triumph over: Common sense and friendliness triumphed over their problems (=solved them).

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