English → English - conquest

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n. victory, subjugation (of one's enemies)

English → Spanish - conquest

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s. conquista

English → French - conquest

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n. conquête

English → German - conquest

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n. Eroberung

English → Indonesian - conquest

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n. penundukan, penaklukan, rebutan, perebutan hati

English → Italian - conquest

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s. conquista

English → Polish - conquest

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n. podbój, podbicie, zawojowanie, zdobywanie, zawładnięcie, pokonanie

English → Portuguese - conquest

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s. conquista

English → Romanian - conquest

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n. cucerire, succes

English → Russian - conquest

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с. завоевание, покорение, победа; завоеванная территория, захваченное имущество; покоренное сердце

English → Turkish - conquest

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i. fetih, zapt, fethedilen topraklar, zafer, fethetme, kâlp kazanan kimse

English → Ukrainian - conquest

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n. завоювання, підкорення, забір

English → Dutch - conquest

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zn. bezetting; verovering, beheersing

English → Greek - conquest

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ουσ. κατάκτηση, κατάληψη, κυρίευση

English → Arabic - conquest

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‏إحتلال، فتح، إخضاع، إنتزاع، إكتساب، أرض تم الإيستلاء عليها‏

English → Chinese - conquest

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(名) 战胜, 战利品, 征服

English → Chinese - conquest

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(名) 戰勝, 戰利品, 征服

English → Hindi - conquest

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n. विजय

English → Japanese - conquest

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(名) 征服(敵国の)

English → Korean - conquest

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명. 정복, 획득 ( 적으로 부터)

English → Vietnamese - conquest

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n. sự chinh phục, sự xâm chiếm, nước chinh phục

Definition of conquest

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Victory gained through combat; the subjugation of an enemy.
2. An act or instance of overcoming an obstacle.
3. That which is conquered; possession gained by force, physical or moral.
4. The acquiring of property by other means than by inheritance; acquisition.
5. A person with whom one has had sex.
Verb
6. To conquer.
7. To compete with an established competitor by placing advertisements for one's own products adjacent to editorial content relating to the competitor or by using terms and keywords for one's own products that are currently associated with the competitor.
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