French translation of 'trophy'
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Example Sentences Including 'trophy'
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For 17 years her role had been to stand meekly behind her man handing him the cups and trophies.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
You demand respect but would happily become a trophy wife if the money were good enough.The Sun (2014)
All through the week he speaks about it, winning the trophy and doing something great for the fans and the city.The Sun (2012)
And if this victory is anything to go by, they may be lifting the trophy for the third time in a row next month.The Sun (2016)
Both sponsors preferred their race and trophy presentation to climax terrestrial TV coverage.The Sun (2012)
He then scaled a safety fence to show off the gold trophy to the thousands of fans who had swarmed on to the track.The Sun (2015)
Hopefully by then he will have a third Grand Slam trophy in the locker.The Sun (2016)
It provides a good opportunity to end a trophy drought.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
So it comes as something of a surprise that the Portuguese club have won only two European trophies.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Swansea are in the middle of their centenary season but have yet to win a major trophy.The Sun (2012)
The Americans are hurting and want the little gold trophy back.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The league is No 1 priority but this is a club based around cup competitions and trophies.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The next thing to measure our success is a trophy.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The only truly English team to win a European trophy.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Too much to hope that they can be as consistent as the trophy winners of old.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
We made one a few years ago and went on to win the Premiership and a European trophy.The Sun (2016)
What if playing the trophy wife is the hardest job in the world?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Lion hunting row Trophy hunting can help lion conservation, according to a report that has angered wildlife charities.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Luck waits where a cabinet is filled with silver trophies.The Sun (2007)
Major trophies in seasons makes the most manager.The Sun (2008)
Most consumers are largely unaware of the body and its impact on them, something that a trophy victory was supposed to change.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The documents showed that he liked to keep hunting trophies.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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'trophy' in Other Languages
British English: trophy /ˈtrəʊfɪ/ NOUN
A trophy is a prize such as a cup, given to the winner of a competition.
...the special trophy for the best rider.
- American English: trophy
- Arabic: كَأْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: troféu
- Chinese: 战利品
- Croatian: trofej
- Czech: trofej
- Danish: trofæ
- Dutch: trofee
- European Spanish: trofeo
- Finnish: palkinto pokaali tms.
- French: trophée
- German: Trophäe
- Greek: τρόπαιο
- Italian: trofeo
- Japanese: トロフィー
- Korean: 트로피
- Norwegian: trofé
- Polish: trofeum
- European Portuguese: troféu
- Romanian: trofeu
- Russian: трофей
- Spanish: trofeo
- Swedish: trofé
- Thai: ถ้วยรางวัล
- Turkish: kupa spor
- Ukrainian: трофей
- Vietnamese: cúp giải thưởng
Translation of trophy from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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