conquered Definition

  • 1successfully overcome and taken control of a place or people by military force
  • 2successfully overcome a problem or weakness

Using conquered: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "conquered" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The Roman Empire conquered many lands.

  • Example

    She finally conquered her fear of public speaking.

  • Example

    He conquered his addiction to alcohol.

  • Example

    The team conquered their opponents in the championship game.

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Phrases with conquered

  • overcome one's personal struggles or inner demons


    After years of therapy, he was finally able to conquer his demons and move on with his life.

  • achieve great success or power


    As a child, she dreamed of conquering the world and becoming a famous actress.

  • expand one's influence or control into new areas


    The company is looking to conquer new territory by expanding into international markets.


Summary: conquered in Brief

To 'conquer' [ˈkɒŋkəd] means to successfully overcome and take control of a place or people by military force, or to successfully overcome a problem or weakness. Examples include 'The Roman Empire conquered many lands,' and 'She finally conquered her fear of public speaking.' 'Conquer' extends into phrases like 'conquer one's demons,' referring to overcoming personal struggles, and 'conquer new territory,' meaning to expand one's influence.

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