Definition of conquer in English:

conquer

Line breaks: con|quer
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒŋkə
 
/

verb

[with object]

Derivatives

conquerable

adjective
More example sentences
  • And because it is a tiny island, it is conquerable, it is yours.
  • The greens have long been the defence of Augusta, but now they seem conquerable.
  • ‘I felt this market was conquerable,’ he responds, ‘so I was on my white horse trying to prove I could sell through this.’

Origin

Middle English (also in the general sense 'acquire, attain'): from Old French conquerre, based on Latin conquirere 'gain, win', from con- (expressing completion) + quaerere 'seek'.

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