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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.
(Definition of conquer from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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