US: /ˈkɑŋkɝ/
UK: /kˈɒnkɐ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

conquer /'kɔɳkə/
  • ngoại động từ
    • đoạt, xâm chiếm; chiến thắng
      • to conquer an enemy: chiến thắng quân thù
    • chinh phục, chế ngự
      • to stop to conquer: hạ mình để chinh phục
      • to conquer a bad habit: chế ngự được một thói xấu

Advanced English dictionary

+ verb [VN]
1 to take control of a country or city and its people by force: The Normans conquered England in 1066. + In 330 BC Persia was conquered by Alexander the Great. + conquered peoples / races / territories
2 to defeat sb, especially in a competition, race, etc: The world champion conquered yet another challenger last night. + The team members were greeted like conquering heroes.
3 to succeed in dealing with or controlling sth: The only way to conquer a fear is to face it. + Mount Everest was conquered (= successfully climbed) in 1953.
4 to become very popular or successful in a place: The band is now setting out to conquer the world.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 overcome, vanquish, beat, defeat, subdue, crush, subjugate:
The Moors conquered most of Spain.
2 capture, seize, win, gain, acquire, obtain; occupy, annex, overrun:
They conquered the territory by force of arms.
3 overcome, triumph or prevail over, beat, surmount, master, win out (over):
He has finally conquered the habit of biting his fingernails.

Concise English dictionary

+to put down by force or authority
+take possession of by force, as after an invasion
+overcome by conquest