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to take or send an army into another country in order to get control of it
to be in control of a place that you have entered in a group using military force
to stop opposition or protest using military force or strict laws
to take control of a place or situation using military force
to take control of land or people using soldiers
to use force to enter a place and take control of it
to take control of a country or region by force
to defeat a place or a group of people and force them to obey you
formal to defeat a place or a group of people, and to take control of them
to surround a place with an army and prevent the people there from getting food and supplies, as a way of getting control of it
English version of thesaurus of invading and taking control by force
in competitive cycling, the illegal use of motors on bikes in order to gain advantage over other riders
in golf, a gentle hit of the ball so that it rolls along the ground a short distance towards the...
be reversed; be as if it had never happened
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