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Noun
/ˈtrōfē/,
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trophies, plural;
  1. A cup or other decorative object awarded as a prize for a victory or success

  2. A souvenir of an achievement, esp. a part of an animal taken when hunting

  3. (in ancient Greece or Rome) The weapons and other spoils of a defeated army set up as a memorial of victory

  4. A representation of such a memorial; an ornamental group of symbolic objects arranged for display


  1. an award for success in war or hunting
  2. something given as a token of victory
  3. (trophic) of or relating to nutrition; "a trophic level on the food chain"
  4. The trophy is a reward for a specific achievement, and usually afterwards serves as proof of merit. They are most often awarded with sporting events. These range from youth sports through professional level athletics. ...
  5. Trophy is the debut album by noise-rock/post-metal band Made Out of Babies. The album was produced, engineered, and mixed by Joel Hamilton.
  6. In ancient Greece and Rome, military victories were commemorated with a display of captured arms, armour and standards. An architectural ornament representing a group of weapons, banners and armour is known as a trophy (Greek: Tropaion, Latin: Tropaeum). ...
  7. "Trophy" is the second single released from the album Fur and Gold by Bat for Lashes. There was no music video made for this single. It was released on 30 October 2006 after "The Wizard" single. It was released as a 7" (with exclusive B-side) or as a one-track promo CD.
  8. This is an episode list for the FX crime drama The Shield. Dates shown are original air dates. The series began on March 12, 2002 and ended November 25, 2008.
  9. (Trophies (ps3)) PlayStation Network, often abbreviated as PSN, is a online multiplayer gaming and digital media delivery service provided/run by Sony Computer Entertainment for use with the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable video game consoles. ...
  10. tropæum; An object, usually in the form of a statuette, cup, or shield, awarded for success in a competition or to mark a special achievement; An object taken as a prize by a hunter or conqueror, especially one that is displayed; Any emblem of success; a status symbol; An object taken by a ...
  11. (Trophic) Structure: The relationship of an organism to other organisms in the context of a food web (trophic refers to an organisms assignment to different trophic levels, i.e., consumers, producers, decomposers, etc.).
  12. (trophic) Said of organisms which are active and feeding, and contrasts with the encysted state, theronts, or swarmers. May also be used to refer to those aspects of metabolism associated with growth
  13. (trophic) The ability of one tissue or cell to support another; usually applied to long-term interactions between pre- and postsynaptic cells.
  14. (trophic) The nutrients status of a waterbody determined by the average concentration of total phosphorous and the algae growth (productivity) that the phosphorous can sustain.  The major trophic states are eutrophic (high), mesotrophic (medium) and oligotrophic (low).
  15. (Trophies) Monstrous animal heads found in the Trophy Room of Ghoulhaven Hall. They are known to seemingly come alive for an impossible second. If one looks close enough, they can see the heads of Banjo and Kazooie.
  16. (Trophies) Permanent champion of Serbia, permanent champion of ex Yugoslavia, sometimes champion of Europe (1991 in Bari, Italia), sometimes champion of the world (1991 in Tokyo, Japan - Serbia till the Tokyo), sometimes champion of the Universe (1991 in MK12r-ph, Jupiter).
  17. (Trophies) Platinum in Drake's Fortune and Among Thieves.
  18. To see trophies in a dream, signifies some pleasure or fortune will come to you through the endeavors of mere acquaintances. For a woman to give away a trophy, implies doubtful pleasures and fortune.
  19. Awards earned by swimmers / teams at meets for finishing in the top places. They vary in size, design, and method of presentation.
  20. Type of award given to teams and swimmers at meets.
  21. of a lake refers to the rate at which organic matter is supplied by or to the lake per unit of time. Trophy is an expression of the combined effects of organic matter supplied to the lake. The trophic concept refers to the pelagial-zone (open water)-planktonic portion of the lake ecosystem.
  22. [Trofei] – object brought from the depth of hallucinosis. (P. Pepperstein, Fontan-gora. 1993).
  23. In a traditional sense, anything tangible that is won or given as a prize or award. In today's industry, an award made from various standard components, such as a column, a base and a trophy figure, and given for achievement/ victory.
  24. nourishment; development (condition of)
  25. Want of nourishment; a disease in which what is taken at the mouth cannot contribute to the support of the body.