listen to the pronunciation of victory
Englisch - Türkisch

Takımımız büyük bir zafer kazandı. - Our team gained a great victory.

Oyuncu zafere katkıda bulundu. - The player contributed to the victory.


Güzel bir galibiyet ama daha bitmedi. - It's a nice victory, but it's not over yet.

Sonunda, galibiyetin sevincini tattılar. - At last, they experienced the joy of victory.

{i} başarı
victory day
zafer bayramı
victory medal
zafer madalyası
victory sign
zafer işareti
victory day
zafer günü
victory ceremony
zafer töreni
victory cup
zafer kupası
victory medal
(Askeri) ZAFER MADALYASI: Birinci ve ikinci dünya savaşında ABD silahlı kuvvetlerinde hizmet görmüş personele verilen madalya
victory ribbon
zafer şeridi
victory ribbon
(Askeri) ZAFER ŞERİDİ: Zafer madalyasını takmaya hak kazanmış kimselerin göğüslerinin sol tarafında taşıdıkları hizmet şeridi
victory rostrum
birincilik kürsüsü
hollow victory
boş başarı
hollow victory
bir şeye yaramayan zafer
pyrrhic victory
fazla pahalıya mal olan zafer
Pyrrhic victory
Büyük kayıplarla kazanılan başarı. (Epir kralı Pyrrhus'a atfen.)
complete victory
tam zaferi
gain a victory
bir zafer kazanmak
gain victory over
kazanmak zafer üzerinde
led to victory
zafer yol açtı
pyrrhic victory
görünüşteki zafer
Pyrrhic victory
fazla pahalıya mal olan zafer; büyük kayıplarla kazanılan başarı
Pyrrhic victory
gerçekte bir felâket olan zafer
Pyrrhic victory
büyük kayıplarla elde edilen zafer
cadmean victory
iki tarafında zararlı çıktığı savaş
cheap victory
külfetsiz zafer
cheap victory
kolay elde edilen başarı
end up in victory
zaferle sonuçlanmak
landslide victory
ezici siyasi zafer
moral victory
manevi zafer
obtain a victory
zafer elde etmek
reap the fruits of victory
zafer meyvelerini toplamak
runaway victory
kolay kazanılmış zafer
serial victory
(Spor) galibiyet serisi
serial victory
(Spor) seri galibiyet
win a landslide victory
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim zaferi kazanmak
win a victory
zafer elde etmek
win a victory over
e karşısında zafer kazanmak
world war i victory medal
(Askeri) BİRİNCİ DÜNYA SAVAŞI ZAFER MADALYASI: Bak. "Battle Clasp", "Service Clasp", "service Star". "World War I victory Lapel Button"
world war ii victory medal
(Askeri) İKİNCİ DÜNYA SAVAŞI ZAFER MADALYASI: Bak. "Honorable Service Lapel Button". WORLD WIDE MILITARY COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEM: DÜNYA ÇAPINDA ASKERİ KOMUTA VE KONTROL SİSTEMİ: Amerikan Askeri Kuvvetlerinin sevk ve idaresinde, Milli Komuta Makamlarına, sıhhatli ve zamanında karar vermeleri için lüzumlu dünya durumları ile ilgili bilgileri ve varılan kararları, barışta ve savaşta asgari bir gecikme ile yerlerine ulaştıracak muhabere imkanları sağlayan makam. Bu makam; Amerikan Askeri Kuvvetlerinin komuta ve kontrol görevleri ile ilgili teknik ve harekat desteğini temin eden tesislerden, teçhizattan, muhabere vasıtaları ile uygulama usul ve personelinden mürekkeptir
Englisch - Englisch
The state of having won a competition or battle
To achieve a victory
{n} conquest, success, triumph, honor
That which we strive for in all competitive events Both team and personal victories are the goals for which we strive
a successful ending of a struggle or contest; "the general always gets credit for his army's victory"; "the agreement was a triumph for common sense
The defeat of an enemy in battle, or of an antagonist in any contest; a gaining of the superiority in any struggle or competition; conquest; triumph; the opposite of defeat
A win over something or somebody
If both sides in the struggle cannot share in the victory, there is no victory The outcome must be something that will not injure either side, but will indeed benefit both sides in the long run
{i} triumph over an opponent; instance of defeating an opponent; success in the face of a challenge or a struggle
a successful ending of a struggle or contest; "the general always gets credit for his army's victory"; "the agreement was a triumph for common sense"
A victory is a success in a struggle, war, or competition. Union leaders are heading for victory in their battle over workplace rights. the former Welsh rugby union skipper who led Great Britain to victory over France. defeat
Temporary delusion in opposition to the inevitable
(1) Final and complete defeat of the enemy in a mili­tary engagement (2) Any successful struggle against an oppo­nent or obstacle (3) The state of having triumphed
If you say that someone has won a moral victory, you mean that although they have officially lost a contest or dispute, they have succeeded in showing they are right about something. She said her party had won a moral victory. W2 victories the success you achieve when you win a battle, game, election etc   defeat
A rarity; a three syllable word that cheerleaders CAN spell
Victory Day
A common name of many different public holidays in various countries to commemorate victories in important battles or wars in the countries' history
victory at sea
Ocean conditions very windblown and messy, possibly to the point of being inimical to surfing and other water sports

It's not Maui, but wind swell becoming Victory At Sea conditions on the outside as it goes 4.2.

victory lane
The place where the winner of a motor race goes to celebrate victory after an event
Victory in Europe Day
May 8th 1945, day of Allied victory in Europe when it defeated Nazi Germany
victory celebration
a celebration following a victory in a battle or sports competition
victory garden
a kitchen garden planted during wartime to relieve food shortages
victory lap
a lap by the winning person or team run to celebrate the victory
victory medal
special award received for winning in a competition
victory parade
special march which occurs after winning in an event
victory rally
gathering in order to celebrate a win
Pyrrhic victory
A very costly victory, wherein the considerable losses outweigh the gain, so as to render the struggle not worth the cost
hollow victory
a Pyrrhic victory
landslide victory
an overwhelming victory in an election

Nixon capitalized on this changing tide of voting behaviour, and hence won a landslide victory in the 1972 election.

snatch defeat from the jaws of victory
To suddenly lose a contest through reversal of fortune, mistakes, or bad judgment. The meaning is analogous to the idiomatic phrase "blow it"

since the fall of communism, the West has managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, and with disastrous results.

snatch victory from the jaws of defeat
To suddenly win a contest when it appears that loss is a foregone conclusion, to succeed in an endeavor through reversal of fortune, skill, effort, or good judgment
A victory
Allied victory over Nazism
defeat of Nazi Germany and it's allies by the Allied nations (Britain, France, the Soviet Union and the United States)
HMS Victory
the British ship that Admiral Nelson used in 1805 when his navy won the important sea battle against the French and Spanish near Cape Trafalgar
Pyrrhic victory
If you describe a victory as a Pyrrhic victory, you mean that although someone has won or gained something, they have also lost something which was worth even more. a victory in which the person who wins suffers so much that the victory was hardly worth winning (Pyrrhus (312?-272BC), Greek king whose army defeated the Romans but had very many killed and wounded)
Pyrrhic victory
victory accompanied by enormous losses (as was Pyrrhus' victory over the Romans in the 3rd century B.C.)
architect of victory
one who plans a win, one who is responsible for a winning scheme
celebrated his victory
had a party in honor of his win
easy victory
triumph easily attained, effortless success
gain a victory
win, succeed
glorious victory
dazzling triumph, magnificent success
joy of victory
happiness of winning, feeling of satisfaction one gets from winning
led to victory
caused a win, made winning possible
moral victory
victory of ethics, win caused by ethics
overwhelming victory
decisive victory, absolute victory that no one can deny
pyrrhic victory
a victory that is won by incurring terrible losses
technical victory
victory which is granted by default since the opponent did not show up
plural of victory