动词过去式:triumphed 过去分词:triumphed 现在分词:triumphing 第三人称单数:triumphs
1 [U] (joy or satisfaction at) being successful or victorious 成功或胜利（的喜悦或满足）
*shouts of triumph 胜利的欢呼声
* The winningteam returned home in triumph. 获胜的队奏凯而归.
2 [C]great achievement or success 巨大的成就或成功
*one of the triumphs of modern science 现代科学的一项重大成就
* She scored a resounding triumph over her rival. 她击败对手大获全胜.
v [I, Ipr] ~ (over sb/sth) be successful or victorious 获得成功或胜利
*Common sense triumphed in the end. 人的理智终于战胜了一切.
* triumph over one's difficulties, ie overcome them 战胜困难.
1. WHO is certain that, together, we will triumph over AIDS rather than allow the disease and the fears, worries, and prejudices(偏见) which go with it to overpower us. 世界卫生组织相信，只要联合起来，我们就会战胜艾滋病，而不会让艾滋病，以及随之而来的恐惧、忧虑和偏见把我们压倒。
2. There was a note of triumph in my voice when I told him that it was there in black and white. 我带着一种胜利者的调子告诉他那趟车白纸黑字。
3. He brought home the prize in triumph. 他得意洋洋地捧回奖品。
4. Air Marshal Goering's bomber pilots were sure of their ultimate triumph over England. 空军元帅戈林手下的轰炸机飞行员们深信, 他们会最终战胜英国。
5. She danced madly, forgetting all in the triumph of her beauty. 她疯狂地舞着，在胜利的喜悦中忘却了一切。
6. If this hall (even with the help of volunteers) had been built in ten years, it would still have been an architectural triumph. 即使大会堂（尽管有义务建设者参加）在十年内建成，在建筑史上也同样是辉煌的一页。
7. I soon became the international leader in diving. In the 1984 Olympics, I won two gold medals, one for platform, one for spring-board. This was an enjoyable triumph. 我很快成了国际跳水的顶尖选手。在1984年奥运会上我夺得两枚金牌: 一枚跳台金牌，一枚跳板金牌。这是可喜的胜利。
8. It seems that the ability to delay reward is a master skill, a triumph of the logical brain over the irresponsible one. 看来似乎能耐心等待收益的能力是最重要的技巧。这里，逻辑性强的思考战胜了不负责任的思考。