[kon-kwest, kong-] /ˈkɒn kwɛst, ˈkɒŋ-/
the act or state of or the state of being ; vanquishment.
the winning of favor, affection, love, etc.:
the conquest of Antony by Cleopatra.
a person whose favor, affection, etc., has been won:
He’s another one of her conquests.
anything acquired by , as a nation, a territory, or spoils.
the Conquest, .
the act or an instance of conquering or the state of having been conquered; victory
a person, thing, etc, that has been conquered or won
the act or art of gaining a person’s compliance, love, etc, by seduction or force of personality
a person, whose compliance, love, etc, has been won over by seduction or force of personality
the Conquest, See Norman Conquest
(Canadian) the Conquest, the conquest by the United Kingdom of French North America, ending in 1763
early 14c., a merged word from Old French conquest “acquisition” (Modern French conquêt), and Old French conqueste “conquest, acquisition” (Modern French conquête), both from past participle of conquerre, from Vulgar Latin *conquaerere (see conquer).
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[pohst-kon-suh-nan-tl] /ˌpoʊst kɒn səˈnæn tl/ adjective, Phonetics. 1. immediately following a consonant.
[pohst-kuh n-soo-mer] /ˌpoʊst kənˈsu mər/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to a product after it has been used and recycled: a chair made of postconsumer plastic.
[noun, adjective, verb 15–17, 21, 22 kon-trakt; verb kuh n-trakt] /noun, adjective, verb 15–17, 21, 22 ˈkɒn trækt; verb kənˈtrækt/ noun 1. an agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of something specified. 2. an agreement enforceable by law. 3. the written form of such an agreement. 4. the division […]
[pohst-kuh n-soo-mer] /ˌpoʊst kənˈsu mər/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to a product after it has been used and recycled: a chair made of postconsumer plastic. adjective 1.