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conquer

verb
 
 
/ˈkɒŋkər/
LAND/PEOPLE [I, T] to take control of a country or to defeat people by war
завоевывать
Peru was conquered by the Spanish in 1532.Attacking and invading
PROBLEM [T] to succeed in stopping or dealing with a bad feeling or a difficult problem
преодолевать, перебарывать
He has finally conquered his fear of spiders.Solving and solutions
Translations of “conquer”
in Korean 정복하다…
in Arabic يَغْزو, يَفْتَح…
in French conquérir, vaincre…
in Italian conquistare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 佔領, 攻取, 征服…
in Turkish fethetmek, ele geçirmek, zaptetmek…
in Polish podbić, pokonać…
in Spanish conquistar, vencer…
in Portuguese conquistar, vencer…
in German erobern, überwinden…
in Catalan conquerir…
in Japanese ~を征服する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 占领, 攻取, 征服…
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