- n. 胜利者
- n. (Victor)人名；(俄、罗、保、匈)维克托
- victor (n.)
- mid-14c., from Anglo-French, Old French victor "conqueror," and directly from Latin victorem (nominative victor) "a conqueror," agent noun from past participle stem of vincere "to conquer, overcome, defeat," from PIE root *weik- (5) "to fight, conquer" (cognates: Lithuanian apveikiu "to subdue, overcome," Old Church Slavonic veku "strength, power, age," Old Norse vigr "able in battle," Old English wigan "fight," Welsh gwych "brave, energetic," Old Irish fichim "I fight," second element in Celtic Ordovices "those who fight with hammers"). Fem. formations include victrice (late 14c.), victress (c. 1600), victrix (1650s).
- 1. He was declared the victor in the 11th round.
- 2. Later on, Victor from flat 10 called.
- 3. Victor, in a word, got increasingly fed up.
- 4. The crowd surrounded the victor.
- 5. Victor : My team is actually larger than yours.
- Victor: 我的团队比你的还大呢.
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