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征服, せいふく

  • seifuku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • conquest
  • subjugation
  • overcoming

Examples of 征服,せいふく in a Sentence

Years of resistance to misfortune ended when the settlers' village was overcome by the savages and their hopes and lives came to the bitter end.
Tanks and planes may defeat the troops but they cannot conquer the people.
The soldiers seized food from the people they conquered.
We cannot subdue nature.
The city was conquered, and he was driven out.
The Normans conquered England in 1066.
The Normans' conquest of England had a great effect on the English language.
Do you know who conquered Mt. Everest first?
The day will soon come when we will conquer space and travel to the moon.
Man hopes to master nature with science and technology.

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