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reconquer
American English: /ˌriˈkɑŋkər/
British English: /riːˈkɒŋkə/

Translation of reconquer in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • They were pawns in the Vatican's plan to reconquer Scotland and reinstate the regime of the cardinals, the bishops and the priests.
    • However, he was also committed to reconquering his father's lands in Normandy, Anjou and especially in Poitou.
    • On 28 May the port was successfully reconquered by French and Norwegian troops, and the German forces under Maj-General Eduard Dietl were pushed back towards the Swedish frontier.

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