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to win a victory over, as in battle or a competition

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cried Jinjur, stamping her foot, impatiently; "and we mean to conquer the Emerald City
Don't you know it's a dangerous thing to conquer a city?
There are a good many evil creatures who have magic powers sufficient to destroy and conquer the Land of Oz.
Thrice Dingaan looked on me with a terrible face, and yet there was fear in his face striving with its rage, and I waited calmly to see which would conquer, the fear or the rage.
Being a Bawse means you are not someone who survives life, you are someone who conquers it.
Nebuchadnezzar conquers most of what is the present-day Middle East to form the second Babylonian empire.
2) ``Alexander'' follows the Macedonian ruler over the course of several battles, but the film never conquers its many flaws.
John writes about the "victory that conquers the world.
That is the beauty of the resurrection - love conquers hate, grace conquers sin.
This advanced product suite conquers the problems of packet loss, delay, and jitter associated with voice communications over packet networks.