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N-UNCOUNT 征服;占领 Conquest is the act of conquering a country or group of people.
He had led the conquest of southern Poland in 1939...
After the Norman Conquest the forest became a royal hunting preserve...
N-COUNT (战争中)征服的土地,占领地 Conquests are lands that have been conquered in war.
He had realized that Britain could not have peace unless she returned at least some of her former conquests.
N-COUNT （爱情或性关系方面的）俘虏，征服 If someone makes a conquest, they succeed in attracting and usually sleeping with another person. You usually use conquest when you want to indicate that this relationship is not important to the person concerned.
Despite his conquests, he remains lonely and isolated.
...men who boast about their sexual conquests to all their friends.
N-COUNT （爱情或性关系方面）被俘虏者 You can refer to the person that someone has succeeded in attracting as their conquest.
Pushkin was a womaniser whose conquests included everyone from prostitutes to princesses.
N-SING 克服;攻克 The conquest of something such as a problem is success in ending it or dealing with it.
The conquest of inflation has been the Government's overriding economic priority for nearly 15 years.
...the conquest of cancer.