Hindi translation of 'conquer'
conquer /ˈkɒŋkə ˈकॉङ्कअ/
Word forms: conquers, conquering, conquered
1. transitive verb
If one country or group of people conquers another, they take complete control of their land.
During 1936, Mussolini conquered Abyssinia.
conquerorWord forms: conquerors countable noun
...the attitudes of European conquerors.
2. transitive verb
If you conquer something such as a problem, you succeed in ending it or dealing with it.
विजय प्राप्त कर लेना
Has he conquered his fear of fire?
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Example Sentences Including 'conquer'
Most people don't do very simple things they could do to conquer their fears.GOING OUT (2002)
But even his fear of an attack by the Dead was not enough to conquer Sam's fear of the book.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
Her own fatigue was beginning to conquer her, rolling across her mind like the heavy swell of an ocean.When the Apricots Bloom
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'conquer' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يَفْتَحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: conquistar
- Chinese: 征服
- Croatian: osvojiti
- Czech: porazit porážetpřemoci
- Danish: erobre
- Dutch: veroveren
- European Spanish: conquistar
- Finnish: valloittaa
- French: conquérir
- German: erobern
- Greek: κατακτώ
- Italian: conquistare
- Japanese: 征服する
- Korean: 정복하다
- Norwegian: erobre
- Polish: zdobyć zdobywać
- Portuguese: conquistar
- Romanian: a cuceri
- Russian: завоевывать
- Spanish: conquistar
- Swedish: erövra
- Thai: ชนะ
- Turkish: fethetmek
- Ukrainian: завойовувати завоювати
- Vietnamese: chinh phục
Translation of conquer from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary