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"Triunfo" is a noun which is often translated as "triumph", and "para celebrar" is a phrase which is often translated as "to celebrate". Learn more about the difference between "triunfo" and "para celebrar" below.
A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
1. (conquest)
a. triumph
El actor vuelve a España tras su triunfo en los premios Oscar.The actor is returning to Spain after his triumph at the Oscars.
b. victory
El triunfo del partido ecologista fue arrollador.The green party's victory was a resounding one.
c. win
Hoy el tenista obtuvo su primer triunfo en Wimbledon.Today the tennis player had his first win at Wimbledon.
2. (achievement)
a. triumph
Sacar el negocio adelante fue todo un triunfo.Getting the business off the ground was a real triumph.
b. success
"I Love Lucy" fue uno de los mayores triunfos televisivos de Desi Arnaz."I Love Lucy" was one of Desi Arnaz's greatest TV successes.
3. (card games)
a. trump
Pues se puede echar cualquier carta, sea triunfo o no.So you can play any card, whether or not it's a trump.
4. (Argentinian folk dance)
Regionalism used in Argentina
a. triunfo
¿Me enseñas a bailar el triunfo?Will you teach me to dance the triunfo?
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para celebrar(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (general)
a. to celebrate
Vamos a ir a cenar con Claudia para celebrar su cumpleaños.We'll have dinner with Claudia to celebrate her birthday.
b. in order to celebrate
Rita y David se fueron de crucero para celebrar su décimo aniversario.Rita and David went on a cruise in order to celebrate their tenth anniversary.
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