CONQUER, v.t.1. To subdue; to reduce, by physical force, till resistance is no longer made; to overcome; to vanquish. Alexander conquered Asia. The Romans conquered Carthage.2. To gain by force; to win; to take possession by violent means; to gain dominion or sovereignty over, as the subduing of the power of an enemy generally implies possession of the person or thing subdued by the conqueror. Thus, a king or an army conquers a country, or a city, which is afterward restored.3. To subdue opposition or resistance of the will by moral force; to overcome by argument, persuasion or other influence.Anna conquers but to save, and governs but to bless.He went forth conquering, and to conquer. Revelations. 6.4. To overcome, as difficulties; to surmount, as obstacles; to subdue whatever opposes; as, to conquer the passions; to conquer reluctance.5. To gain or obtain by effort; as, to conquer freedom; to conquer peace; a French application of the word.
CONQUER, v.i. To overcome; to gain the victory.The champions resolved to conquer or to die.
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