English to Welsh Meaning :: vanquish

goresgynnen, goresgynasai, goresgynasant, goresgynasech, goresgynasem, goresgynasent, goresgynasid, goresgynasit, goresgynasoch, goresgynasom, goresgynaswn, goresgynno, goresgynna’, goresgynnaf, goresgynnai, goresgynnais, goresgynnaist, goresgynnan, goresgynnant, goresgynnech, goresgynned, goresgynnem, goresgyn, goresgynnent, goresgynner, goresgynnes, goresgynnest, goresgynnet, goresgynni, goresgynnid, goresgynniff, goresgynnir, goresgynnith, goresgynna, goresgynnoch, goresgynnodd, goresgynnom, goresgynnon, goresgynnont, goresgynnwch, goresgynnwn, goresgynnwyd, goresgynnwyf, goresgynnych, oresgynnen, oresgynasai, oresgynasant, oresgynasech, oresgynasem, oresgynasent, oresgynasid, oresgynasit, oresgynasoch, oresgynasom, oresgynaswn, oresgynno, oresgynna’, oresgynnaf, oresgynnai, oresgynnais, oresgynnaist, oresgynnan, oresgynnant, oresgynnech, oresgynned, oresgynnem, oresgyn, oresgynnent, oresgynner, oresgynnes, oresgynnest, oresgynnet, oresgynni, oresgynnid, oresgynniff, oresgynnir, oresgynnith, oresgynna, oresgynnoch, oresgynnodd, oresgynnom, oresgynnon, oresgynnont, oresgynnwch, oresgynnwn, oresgynnwyd, oresgynnwyf, oresgynnychgoresgyn, ngoresgyn
Vanquish :
trechu'r
- trechu'rvanquishedvanquishervanquishesiddo drechu
 

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Verb(1) come out better in a competition, race, or conflict

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(1) Life appears to vanquish the hope and ideals of all men, dragging in its train even the greatest, like Plato, Alexander, or Napoleon.(2) The sooner the world understands it, the sooner we will be able to vanquish these forces of evil.(3) Medical technology has enabled scientific medicine to vanquish its rivals in the medical marketplace in the quest for patient patronage and health insurance funds.(4) Arguments are used constructively to clarify issues, not to vanquish opponents.(5) Its report, in the spring, is likely to demand radical change in relations between the rich and poor world if abject poverty is to be vanquished .(6) They discussed the neuroscientific and the behavioural, the syntactical and the imaginative, declared illiteracy to be utterly vanquishable , and showed why some teaching methodology works best.(7) His troops had vanquished their opponents, now the Army and its prisoners were on their way home.(8) Evidence from researchers at Hull University suggests many people benefit from relaxation therapy, hypnotherapy and guided imagery in which patients are taught to visualise their bodies' defences vanquishing tumours.(9) He did not flinch as the verdict was read to a hushed court - and his hopes of divine intervention were vanquished .(10) Defeat at Trafalgar ended any hope of maritime supremacy for France, and thus any realistic hope of vanquishing the British, but Napoleon continued to steamroller his continental opponents.(11) Uncertainty vanquishes notions of exclusivity and superiority.(12) It took also any sense I might have had that life and fate were controllable, that evil was vanquishable .(13) Meg was unable to stop herself from throwing that challenge in her vicious vanquisher 's face.(14) The points are still there, and enemies are still vanquishable , but the goal now is to finish the games so that we can see and hear the narrative of the story.(15) The temptation is to wage war on stupidity as if it were a vanquishable object.(16) As at least three art historians allege, St. George never vanquished a dragon, as legend asserts.
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Verb
1. conquer ::
goncro
2. defeat ::
trechu
3. beat ::
guro
4. trounce ::
trounce
5. rout ::
rout
7. be victorious over ::
yn fuddugol dros
8. get the better of ::
cael y gorau o
9. worst ::
gwaethaf
10. upset ::
cynhyrfu
11. overcome ::
goresgyn
12. overwhelm ::
gorlethu
13. overpower ::
drechu
14. overthrow ::
dymchweliad
15. subdue ::
ddarostwng
16. subjugate ::
ddarostwng
17. quell ::
dawelu'r
18. quash ::
ddileu'r
19. crush ::
mathru
21. tear someone apart ::
rhwygo rhywun ar wahân
22. lick ::
llyfu
23. hammer ::
morthwyl
24. clobber ::
lusgo'i gêr
25. thrash ::
thrash
26. smash ::
ysgubol
27. demolish ::
chwalu
28. wipe the floor with ::
wipe y llawr gyda
29. make mincemeat of ::
gwneud briwfwyd o
30. massacre ::
gyflafan
31. slaughter ::
lladd
32. annihilate ::
difodi
33. cream ::
hufen
34. skunk ::
skunk
35. shellac ::
Shellac
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vanquish, vanquished, vanquisher, vanquishers, vanquishes, vanquishing
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