vanquish in Spanish and example sentences

vanquish in Spanish

Pronunciation
v. vencer, conquistar, rendir a, triunfar sobre

Example Sentences

One should also study history from the viewpoint of the vanquished.
Hay que estudiar la historia también desde el punto de vista de los vencidos.
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Woe to the vanquished!
¡Pobres de los vencidos!
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Woe to the vanquished.
¡Pobres de los vencidos!
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The torment of Don Marcelo in being obliged to listen to the enemy harbored within his gates! The French had been vanquished in Lorraine and in Belgium at the same time. A body of the army had deserted the colors;
¡El tormento de don Marcelo al escuchar al enemigo albergado en su casa!... Los franceses habían sido derrotados a un mismo tiempo en Lorena y en Bélgica. Un cuerpo de ejército se había desbandado:
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day and night, forever fleeing before the enemy when they did not consider themselves vanquished, when they were animated by that ferocious wrath which is the mother of heroism!
día y noche, siempre huyendo del enemigo, cuando no se consideraban derrotados, cuando sentían gruñir en su interior la cólera feroz, madre del heroísmo!...
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for ages and ages, had never known an instant of agreement, of team work, of clear reason. Periodically half of them would clash with the other half. They killed each other, enslaving the vanquished
durante siglos y siglos, no había tenido un instante de acuerdo, de obra común, de razón clara. Periódicamente, una mitad de ella chocaba con la otra mitad; se mataban por esclavizarse
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Only by this renunciation could she expiate her sins. Julio dropped his eyes, vanquished and perplexed. The picture of the future outlined by Marguerite terrified him. To live with her as a nurse
Era una renuncia más para expiar sus culpas. Julio bajó los ojos, perplejo y vencido. Le aterraba la imagen del porvenir esbozada por Margarita. El viviendo al lado de la enfermera,
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Thus silenced, the vanquished proprietor hung his head. What was he going to do? The Captain now renewed his affability as though he had forgotten what he had just said. He wished to present him to his companions-at-arms.
Calló éste, bajando la cabeza. ¡Qué iba a hacer!... El capitán reanudó sus amabilidades, como si hubiese olvidado lo que acababa de decir. Quería presentarle a sus camaradas.
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Don Marcelo felt an abnormal delight in contemplating this increasing number of vanquished enemies, yet he grieved at the same time that this precipitation of intruders should be deposited forever on his property.
Don Marcelo sintió un placer monstruoso al considerar el número creciente de enemigos desaparecidos, pero a la vez lamentaba esta avalancha de intrusos que iba a fijarse para siempre en sus tierras.
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Germany will be vanquished, he added with firm conviction. "I do not know when nor how, but she will fall logically.
—Alemania será la derrotada—añadió con firme convicción—. No sé cuándo ni cómo, pero caerá lógicamente.
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The winner cut the throat to the vanquished.
El ganador cortó la garganta a los vencidos.
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How to vanquish the demon isn't in The Book of Shadows.
Cómo vencer al demonio no está en el Libro de las Sombras.
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Commander, did you vanquish the Nibblepibblies?
Comandante, ¿usted vencer los Nibblepibblies?
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Ever since the war, American conservatives have struggled to vanquish the
Desde la guerra, los conservadores estadounidenses han luchado por vencer el
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The Vanquish was a pure two-seater, or on request as a 2 +2- seater, to be ordered.
El vencer es un biplaza puro, oa petición de un 2 +2- plazas, para ser ordenado.
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Two years after the Orange revolt, Yushchenko (a politician who seems out of his depth) has now accepted the Kremlin placeman Viktor Yanukovich, the foe he had vanquished in 2004, as his new prime minister.
Dos años después de la revuelta naranja, Yushchenko (un político que parece estar sobrepasado por las circunstancias) ha aceptado como su primer ministro al valido del Kremlin, Viktor Yanukovich, el mismo enemigo al que había derrotado en 2004.
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The vanquishing warlord can claim the victim's wife.
El caudillo vencedor puede reclamar a la esposa de su victima.
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Can you vanquish solitude without fear?
¿Puedes vencer la soledad sin temor?
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You needed this sword to win the Demoiselle's heart and vanquish the Ogre.
Necesitabas esta espada para ganar el corazón de la Dama... y vencer al Ogro.
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The life of man is but a battle for existence with being vanquished the only certainty.
La vida del hombre es solo una batalla por la existencia con la única certeza de ser vencido.
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Synonyms for vanquish
conquer: defeat, beat, rout, trounce, win, outdo, surpass
Verb forms for vanquish
Present participle: vanquishing
Present: vanquish (3.person: vanquishes)
Past: vanquished
Future: will vanquish
Present conditional: would vanquish
Present Perfect: have vanquished (3.person: has vanquished)
Past Perfect: had vanquished
Future Perfect: will have vanquished
Past conditional: would have vanquished