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noun triumph pronunciation in British English /ˈtraɪʌmf/ 
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  1. [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 over evil

    triumph over:

    Britain's Davis Cup triumph over France

    1. a.
      [uncountable] the proud or excited feeling that you get when you have won something or have been successful

      There was a note of triumph in her voice.

      in triumph:

      The team returned home in triumph.

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