1.to take control of a country or city and its people by force
2.to defeat sb, especially in a competition,race,etc.
3.to succeed in dealing with or controling sth
4.to become very popular or successful in a place
1."The Normans conquered England in 1066."
2."The world champion conquered yet another challenger last night."
3."The only way to conquer a fear is face it."
4."The band is now setting out to conquer the world."
(not used in the progressive tenses)to recognize the good qualities of sb/sth
2.(not usually used in the progressive tenses)to be grateful for sth that sb has done;to welcome sth
3.(not used in the progressive tenses)to understand that sth is true
1.You can´t really appreciate foreign literature in translation.
2.Her family doens´t appreciate her.
I´d appreciate some help.
I don´t appreciate being treated like a second-class citizen.
We would appreciate you letting us know of any problems.
What I failed to appreciate was the distance between the two cities.
I don´t think you appreciate how expensive it will be.
1.~(with sb)to exchange information, news, ideas, etc. with sb
2.to make your ideas, feelings, thoughts, etc. known to other people so that they understand them
1."They communicate in sign language."
2."He was eager to communicate his ideas to the group."
~(to do sth)a statement in which you tell sb that you will punish or harm them, especially if they do not do what you want.
2.U,C, usually sing.
the possibility of trouble,danger or disaster.
3.C, usually sing.
~(to sth)a person or thing that is likely to cause trouble, danger, etc.
1.Threat (noun)"She is prepared to carry out her threat to resign."
2.Threat (noun)"These ancient woodlands are under threat from new road developments."
1,"He is unlikely to be a threat to the Spanish."
2,"Drugs pose a major threat to our society."
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