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The processional entry of a victorious general with his army and spoils of the campaign into ancient Rome, permission for which was granted by the senate in honour of an important achievement in war. Recorded from late Middle English, the word comes via Old French from Latin triump(h)us, probably from Greek thriambos ‘hymn to Bacchus’.

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