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how to use the word "conquistar" in a sentence

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I would like an example of proper usage of the word "conquistar" in a sentence with a romantic context.

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updated ABR 8, 2010
posted by aymostfly

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Hi and welcome to the forum.

In a romantic sense "conquistar" means to win the heart of someone.

For example, "El caballero conquistó la dama." (The gentleman won the lady's heart).

updated ABR 8, 2010
posted by --Mariana--
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Voy a conquistar tu corazón.

I am going to win over your heart.

Te voy a conquistar.

I am going to win you over.

Voy a conquistar tu amor

I am going to win over your love.

updated ABR 8, 2010
edited by NikkiLR
posted by NikkiLR
win=ganar , conquer=conquistar - Bunbury, ABR 8, 2010
I know. I just think it sounds funny when you say I am going to conquer you... jeje. I like to say "win over". - NikkiLR, ABR 8, 2010
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él conquistó a ellos.

He conquered them.

updated ABR 8, 2010
edited by TheSilentHero
posted by TheSilentHero
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Voy a conquistarlo...

updated ABR 8, 2010
posted by LuisaGomezBartle
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I'm goin to conquer your heart - Voy a conquistar tu corazon

updated ABR 8, 2010
edited by Bunbury
posted by Bunbury
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quiero conquistar una mujer hermosa.

updated ABR 8, 2010
posted by yera
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