Conqueror

(from the article `naval warfare`) ...formidable weapons, not only in the sinking of an obsolescent pre-World War II cruiser (the General Belgrano, formerly the USS Phoenix) by a ...
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Conqueror

(from the article `tank`) ...rearmed with an 83.8-millimetre gun and in 1959 with an even more powerful 105-millimetre gun. Moreover, during the 1950s the capabilities of ...
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conqueror

[n] - someone who is victorious by force of arms
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Conqueror

• (n.) One who conquers.
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conqueror

vanquisher noun someone who is victorious by force of arms
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Conqueror

[video game] Conqueror is a video game released as the follow-up to Zarch (also known as Virus), using the same landscape engine. It is a third-person shooter with strategy elements in which the player controls a fleet of tanks. It was originally developed and released on the Acorn Archimedes by Superior Software in 1988 and ported to other...
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Conqueror

Con'quer·or noun [ Old French conquereor , from conquerre ,] One who conquers. The Conqueror (Eng. Hist.) . William the Norman (1027-1067) who invaded England, defeated Harold in the battle of Hastings, and was crowned king, in 1066.
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conqueror

conqueror 1. Someone who has enjoyed great success in war and has defeated an enemy or enemies. 2. Someone who has overcome an opponent in a contest.
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conqueror

Latin, meaning: to complain loudly.
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Conqueror

Series of main battle tanks [UK]
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Conqueror

The Conqueror was a British third-class battleship of 6,200 tons launched in 1881. The name has been used in the Navy since 1756.
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conqueror

to complain loudly.
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