Definition of Conquer
overcome and take control of (a place or people) by use of military force.
Differential pay rates and the prospect of becoming a professional salaried officer encouraged ambition; estates in newly conquered territories were a final reward.
Example of Conquer
a fear she never managed to conquer
A Scottish doctor has died in a climbing accident on Mont Blanc, moments after fulfilling his dream to conquer the mountain.
According to them it was God's own destiny for them to conquer the entire continent to bring it under the U.S. control.
After a while, there is no point trying to conquer the place, and the soldiers go home, leaving a force of a few men who are soon integrated into the country.
Another Dark Lord has risen to conquer the world.
Based on a true story, it recalls how two ambitious mountaineers set out to conquer a previously unclimbed peak in the Peruvian Andes in 1985.
Establishing themselves first in the highly competitive Cork music scene, they then went north to Dublin to conquer the capital.
He doesn't have to wrestle a bear, conquer a mountain or solve the theory of relativity.
Here is the one who could unite interests and conquer problems, and yet, he isn't really a choice at all.
I have to say that I am quite happy relying on theirs, and the guidebooks description, and have no urge to come back to conquer the place.