1 object awarded as a prize, esp for winning a sports tournament 奖品（尤指体育比赛的）
*the Wimbledon `tennis trophy 温布尔登网球赛奖杯.
2 object taken or kept as a souvenir of success in hunting, war, etc （狩猎、战争等中获得的）纪念品, 战利品
*a set of antlers and other trophies 一对鹿角及其他狩猎纪念物.
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French;Origin: trophée, from Latin tropaeum, from Greek, from trope 'turning, defeating', from trepein 'to turn']
a large object such as a silver cup or plate that someone receives as a prize for winning a competition
walls lined with banners and athletic trophies
Football League/Masters/Heisman etc Trophy
(=the name given to a particular competition for which the prize is a trophy)
something that you keep to prove your success in something, especially in war or hunting
A lion's head was among the trophies of his African trip.
a young beautiful woman who is married to a rich successful man who is much older than her - used to show disapproval