Synonyms of conquest in English:

conquest


See definition of conquest

noun

1‘the conquest of the Aztecs by the Spanish’

SYNONYMS
defeat, beating, conquering, vanquishment, vanquishing, trouncing, annihilation, overpowering, overthrow, subduing, subjugation, rout, mastery, crushing
victory, victory over, triumph, triumph over
informal hammering, clobbering, thrashing, drubbing, caning, murder, massacre
ANTONYMS

victory

2‘Charlemagne’s conquest of Italy’

SYNONYMS
seizure, seizing, takeover, acquisition, gain, appropriation, subjugation, subjection, capture, occupation, invasion, annexation, overrunning
ANTONYMS

surrender

3‘the conquest of Everest’

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ascent, climbing, scaling

4‘he regarded her as someone he could display before his friends as his latest conquest’

SYNONYMS
catch, acquisition, captive, prize, slave
admirer, fan, worshipper
lover, love, boyfriend, girlfriend
informal sugar daddy, a notch on someone's bedpost
British informal toy boy
British informal, dated fancy man, fancy woman
literary swain
archaic gallant, paramour, leman