trophy

  1. an award for success in war or hunting
  2. something given as a token of victory

trophy

[n] - an award for success in war or hunting 2. [n] - something given as a token of victory
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trophy

In classical times, a victory memorial erected at the spot where an enemy turned. ...
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Trophy

Vehicle active protection system, 2005, UD/Rafael/IMI/IAI-ELTA [IL]
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trophy

prize noun something given as a token of victory
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Trophy

• (n.) The representation of such a memorial, as on a medal; esp. (Arch.), an ornament representing a group of arms and military weapons, offensive and defensive. • (n.) A sign or memorial of a victory raised on the field of battle, or, in case of a naval victory, on the nearest land. Sometimes trophies were erected in the chief city of t...
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trophy

(from Greek tropaion, from trop, `rout`), in ancient Greece, memorial of victory set up on the field of battle at the spot where the enemy had been ... [1 related articles]
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trophy

trophy 1. A plaque, medal, or other award given in acknowledgment of a victory, success, or some other achievement; especially, in a sporting contest. 2. A memento that symbolizes victory or success; for example, the head of an animal killed during a hunting expedition or something taken from an enemy killed in battle. 3. Something that symbolize...
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Trophy

[architectural] A trophy is an architectural ornament representing a group of weapons, banners and armour. Similar decorative vertical arrangements of hunting accessories, musical instruments or other objects are also commonly referred to as trophies. The term comes from the ancient Greek Tropaion and Roman equivalent Tropaeum, military vic...
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trophy

prize given in a race or competition
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Trophy

[countermeasure] Trophy (also known as ASPRO-A, Israel Defense Forces designation מעיל רוח, lit. `Windbreaker`) is a military active protection system (APS) for vehicles. It intercepts and destroys incoming missiles and rockets with a shotgun-like blast. Trophy is the product of a ten-year collaborative development project between th...
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Trophy

A trophy is a reward for a specific achievement, and serves as recognition or evidence of merit. Trophies are most often awarded for sporting events, from youth sports to professional level athletics. In many sports medals (or, in North America, rings) are often given out either instead of or along with trophies. Originally the word trophy, derive...
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Trophy

Type of award given to teams and swimmers at meets.
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