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The subjugation or conquering of a place or people, especially by military force
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“They adopted brutal tactics in their conquest of villages and were efficient in their cruelty.”
An act of seizing or appropriating something, especially land or territory
“He had led the conquest of southern Poland in 1939.”
The (successful) ascent of a mountain, especially one not previously climbed
“They asked the mountain-climbing heroes to talk about their conquest of Mount Chumi Longma.”
An act of seducing or alluring someone
“He brought his ladies' man aura with him, and frequently eluded the frustrated staff in his conquest of many young officers.”
A person whose affection or intimacy has been won
“He had no real love for her, but considered her a conquest unlike most other women.”
Someone or something desirable that has been acquired or achieved
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“Among the number of her professed lovers, Mr. Nisbet of Dirleton was regarded as her best conquest.”
A significant or total loss of power, prosperity, or status
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Control or superiority over something (or someone)
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