简明英汉词典

victory
[5viktEri]
n.
胜利, 战胜, 克服, [罗神]胜利女神

美国传统词典[双解]

victory
vic.to.ry
AHD:[v1k“t…-r?]
D.J.[6vikt*ri8]
K.K.[6v!kt*ri]
n.(名词)
【复数】 vic.to.ries缩写 V

(1)

Defeat of an enemy or opponent.
胜利:敌军或者对手的失败

(2)

Success in a struggle against difficulties or an obstacle.
克服:在争斗中对抗困难或者障碍的胜利

(3)

The state of having triumphed.
成功:取得成功的状态

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French victorie
源自 古法语 victorie

(3)

from Latin vict?a
源自 拉丁语 vict?a

(4)

from victor vict?r- [victor] * see victor
源自 victor vict?r- [胜利者] *参见 victor

参考词汇

(1)

victoryconquesttriumph

(2)

These nouns denote the fact of winning or the state of having won in a war, struggle, or competition.
这些名词包含了获胜的事实或者在战争、斗争或竞争中取得胜利。

(3)

Victory, the most general term, refers especially to the final defeat of an enemy or opponent:
Victory 特别是指敌人或者对手的最终失败的最常用的词语:
“Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory there is no survival” (Winston S. Churchill).
“不论需要多少代价,不论有多少恐惧,不论有多么长久和道路多么艰难,我们都需要取胜;因为如果没有胜利就不会有生存” (温斯顿S·丘吉尔)。

(4)

Conquest connotes subduing, subjugating, or achieving mastery or control over someone or something:
Conquest 表达了镇压、征服或者对某人或某物实现统治或者控制:
“Conquest of illiteracy comes first” (John Kenneth Galbraith).
“消灭文盲是首要的” (约翰·科尼斯·卡布瑞斯)。

(5)

Triumph denotes a victory or success that is especially noteworthy because it is decisive, significant, or spectacular:
Triumph 表示一种很有价值的胜利或者成功,因为它具有决定性、重要性或者完美性:
“If [a man] has a talent and learns somehow to use the whole of it, he has gloriously succeeded, and won a satisfaction and a triumph few men ever know” (Thomas Wolfe).
“如果 具有才干并学会了如何充分利用它, 他已经大大的成功了,并获得了只有极少数人才知道的满意和成功” (托马斯·沃尔夫)

现代英汉词典

victory
[5vIktErI]
n.
-ries
获胜;战胜;胜利
The school football team has had three victories this month against other schools.
校足球队这个月三次战胜其他学校。

现代英汉综合大辞典

victory
[5viktEri]
n.

(1)

胜利, 战胜; 克服

(2)

[Victory ]【罗神】胜利女神; 胜利女神像
a major victory
大捷
narrow victory
很勉强的胜利, 险胜
Pyrrhic victory
极大的牺牲换来的胜利
Winged Victory
胜利女神

继承用法

victoryless
adj.

习惯用语

Cadmean victory
以极大的代价换来的胜利

gain [have, obtain, win] a (the) victory over
战胜...; 击败...

victory over oneself [one's lower self]
克制自己

参考词汇
victory     conquest     triumph    
都含“取胜”、“胜利”的意思。

(1)

victory 指“在战争、竞赛、斗争中获胜”, 并有“击败对方或敌人”的含义, 如:
They won a victory in battle.
他们在战斗中获胜。

(2)

conquest 指“征服某国或某民族, 从而使之处于被支配地位的胜利或战胜”, 如:
They succeeded in the conquest of that city.
他们夺取了那城市。

(3)

triumph 指“辉煌或彻底的胜利或成功”, 如:
return home in triumph
凯旋归来。
defeat     fall     loss    

用法词典

victory
来自拉丁语 vincer “征服”的过去分词 victus

英文相关词典

victory
conquest    knockout    success    triumph    win    winning    defeat    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

victory
胜利

美国传统词典

victory
vic.to.ry
AHD:[v1k“t…-r?]
D.J.[6vikt*ri8]
K.K.[6v!kt*ri]
n.
pl. vic.to.riesAbbr. V

(1)

Defeat of an enemy or opponent.

(2)

Success in a struggle against difficulties or an obstacle.

(3)

The state of having triumphed.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French victorie

(3)

from Latin vict?a

(4)

from victor vict?r- [victor] * see victor

参考词汇

(1)

victory, conquest, triumph

(2)

These nouns denote the fact of winning or the state of having won in a war, struggle, or competition.

(3)

Victory, the most general term, refers especially to the final defeat of an enemy or opponent:
“Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long and hard the road may be; for without victory there is no survival” (Winston S. Churchill).

(4)

Conquest connotes subduing, subjugating, or achieving mastery or control over someone or something:
“Conquest of illiteracy comes first” (John Kenneth Galbraith).

(5)

Triumph denotes a victory or success that is especially noteworthy because it is decisive, significant, or spectacular:
“If [a man] has a talent and learns somehow to use the whole of it, he has gloriously succeeded, and won a satisfaction and a triumph few men ever know” (Thomas Wolfe).

英汉船舶大词典

victory
n.胜利

英汉航海大词典

victory
n.胜利

英汉化学大词典

victory
n.胜利,克服,胜利

英汉计算机大词典

victory
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英汉能源大词典

victory
n.胜,克服

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