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Meaning of “conquest” - Learner’s Dictionary

conquest

noun [C, U]     /ˈkɒŋkwest/
an occasion when someone takes control of a country, area, or situation: the Roman conquest of Britain man's conquest of natureAttacking and invading
Translations of “conquest”
in Korean 정복…
in Arabic غَزو, فَتح…
in Portuguese conquista…
in Catalan conquesta…
in Japanese 征服…
in Italian conquista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 征服, 制服, 攻克…
in Russian завоевание…
in Turkish fetih, fethetmek, zaptetmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 征服, 制服, 攻克…
in Polish podbój…
(Definition of conquest from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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