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空しさが勝る

Is it just "It's fruitless"?

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    This question might be better if you added some context. – snailplane Oct 20 '16 at 18:54
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空しい means "emptiness" or "sense of futility"

勝る means to win or to do better than

Put it together it could mean: "A sense of futility takes over" or more literally, "emptiness wins". It depends where it is being said.

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