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conquer

verb /ˈkoŋkə/
to overcome or defeat
conquérir, vaincre
The Normans conquered England in the eleventh century You must conquer your fear of the dark.
conqueror noun
conquérant/-ante
conquest /ˈkoŋkwest/ noun (an) act of conquering
conquête
The Norman Conquest He’s impressed with you – you’ve made a conquest.
Translations of “conquer”
in Arabic يَغْزو, يَفْتَح…
in Korean 정복하다…
in Malaysian menguasai…
in Turkish fethetmek, ele geçirmek, zaptetmek…
in Italian conquistare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 佔領, 攻取, 征服…
in Russian завоевывать, преодолевать, перебарывать…
in Polish podbić, pokonać…
in Vietnamese chinh phục…
in Spanish conquistar, vencer…
in Portuguese conquistar, vencer…
in Thai ชนะ…
in German erobern, überwinden…
in Catalan conquerir…
in Japanese ~を征服する…
in Indonesian menaklukkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 占领, 攻取, 征服…
(Definition of conquer from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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