Synonyms of triumph in English:

triumph


See definition of triumph

noun

1‘a garden built to celebrate Napoleon's many triumphs’

SYNONYMS
victory, win, conquest, success
achievement
ascendancy, mastery
ANTONYMS

defeat

2‘his eyes shone with triumph’

SYNONYMS
jubilation, exultation, elation, rejoicing, delight, joy, joyfulness, happiness, glee, pride, satisfaction
ANTONYMS

disappointment

3‘it was a triumph of Victorian engineering’

SYNONYMS
tour de force, masterpiece, supreme example, coup, marvellous feat, feather in one's cap, wonder, sensation, master stroke
coup de maître
informal hit, knockout
ANTONYMS

failure


verb

1‘he triumphed in the British Grand Prix’

SYNONYMS
win, succeed, be successful, come first, be the victor, be victorious, gain a victory, carry the day, carry all before one, prevail, take the crown, take the honours, take the prize, come out on top
ANTONYMS

lose, fail

2‘they had no chance of triumphing over the Nationalists’

SYNONYMS
defeat, beat, conquer, trounce, vanquish, best, worst, overcome, overpower, overwhelm, get the better of, gain ascendancy over, gain mastery of
bring someone to their knees, prevail against, subdue, subjugate
informal lick
US informal own
ANTONYMS

be defeated by

3‘‘You can't touch me,’ she triumphed’

SYNONYMS
crow, gloat, swagger, brag, boast
exult, rejoice, celebrate, revel, glory
rare jubilate