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来自拉丁语 triumphus,胜利，成功，古罗马班师回朝的军队，来自希腊语 thriambos,赞歌， 特指献给酒神 Dionysus 的赞歌，词源同 thriambus.
- triumph:  Triumph comes via Old French triumphe from Latin triumphus, which denoted a ‘public celebration to welcome home a victorious general’. It was an alteration of Old Latin triumpus, which was probably borrowed from Greek thríambos ‘hymn to Bacchus’. The cards term trump is an alteration of triumph.
- triumph (n.)
- late 14c., "success in battle, conquest," also "spiritual victory" and "a procession celebrating victory in war," from Old French triumphe (12c., Modern French triomphe), from Latin triumphus "an achievement, a success; celebratory procession for a victorious general or admiral," from Old Latin triumpus, probably via Etruscan from Greek thriambos "hymn to Dionysus," a loan-word from a pre-Hellenic language.
- triumph (v.)
- mid-15c., from Old French triumpher (13c.), from Latin triumphare, from triumphus (see triumph (n.)). Related: Triumphed; triumphing.
- 1. Even the quality papers agreed that it was a triumph.
- 2. What price a glorious repeat of last week's triumph?
- 3. His triumph was overshadowed by an uneasy sense of foreboding.
- 4. The fin-ancial markets gave a muted response to the Democrats' triumph.
- 5. It's a triumph for the American people.
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