Translation of victory in Spanish:

victory

Pronunciation: /ˈvɪktəri/

n (pl -ries)

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  • victoria (f), triunfo (m); [Mil] victoria (f) to be magnanimous in victory ser* clemente con los vencidos [literario/literary] victory over sb/sth [over opponent/despair] victoria or triunfo sobre algn/algo her victory over cancer was due to will power derrotó al cáncer gracias a su fuerza de voluntad to win a victory (over sb/sth) obtener* una victoria (sobre algn/algo)

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