Triumph and Win


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Triumph noun – A successful result brought about by hard work.
Usage example: getting into Harvard is quite a triumph

Win is a synonym for triumph in victory topic. In some cases you can use "Win" instead the word "Triumph" as a verb or a noun, when it comes to topics like activity, achieve. popular alternative
Nearby Words: triumphant, triumphed, triumphantly, triumphal, triumphing
Synonyms for Triumph


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Win noun – An instance of defeating an enemy or opponent.
Usage example: a team with 12 wins and two losses

Triumph is a synonym for win in victory topic. You can use "Triumph" instead the word "Win" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as activity, succeed, come first. popular alternative
Nearby Words: winning, winner, wining
Synonyms for Win

How words are described

good good triumph good win
rare rare triumph rare win
complete complete triumph complete win
total total triumph total win
Other adjectives: small, big, huge, evil, famous, former, final, official, last, aforementioned, biggest.

Common collocations

time triumph time win time
money triumph money win money

Both words in one sentence

  • In The Chase, contestants must triumph against the chasers twice before they can win any money.
    Source: Double Unlock
  • Useful Notes / The World Cup Their triumph here allowed Brazil to take the Jules Rimet trophy, as the first team to win three tournaments.
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel When the brother of Sam's host angrily tells him he wants to win, the promoter explains that the audience wants to see Americans triumph over "evil Russians".
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