[V]ictory – 勝利
[vik-tuh-ree, vik-tree] Show IPA
noun, plural vic·to·ries.
a success or triumph over an enemy in battle or war.
an engagement ending in such triumph: American victories in the Pacific were won at great cost.
the ultimate and decisive superiority in any battle or contest: The new vaccine effected a victory over poliomyelitis.
a success or superior position achieved against any opponent, opposition, difficulty, etc.: a moral victory.
( initial capital letter ) the ancient Roman goddess Victoria, often represented in statues or on coins as the personification of victory.