Defeat là gì

defeat defeat (dĭ-fētʹ) verb, transitivedefeated, defeating, defeats1. To win victory over; beat. 2. To prsự kiện the success of; thwart: Internal strife defeats the purpose of teamwork. 3. Law. To make void; annul. noun1. The act of defeating or state of being defeated. 2. Failure to win. 3. A coming to lớn naught; frustration: the defeat of a lifelong dream. 4. Law. The act of making null & void. defeatʹer nounSynonyms: defeat, conquer, vanquish, beat, rout, subdue, subjugate, overcome. These verbs mean lớn get the better of an adversary. Defeat is the most general: "Whether we defeat the enemy in one battle, or by degrees, the consequences will be the same" (Thomas Paine). Conquer suggests decisive sầu and often wide-scale victory: "A conquering army on the border will not be halted by the power of eloquence" (Otkhổng lồ von Bismarck). Vanquish emphasizes total mastery: The forces of Napoleon were vanquished at Waterloo. Beat, less formal, is often the equivalent of defeat, though beat may convey greater emphasis: "To win battles . . . you beat the soul . . . of the enemy man" (George S. Patton). Rout implies complete victory followed by the disorderly flight of the defeated force: An entire division was routed during the first hours of the war. Subdue suggests mastery and control achieved by overpowering: "It costtwo great wars, và three great battles, lớn subdue that little kingdom" (Adam Smith). Subjugate more strongly implies reducing an opponent to submission: "The last foreigner khổng lồ subjugate England was a Norman duke in the Middle Ages named William" (Stanley Meisler). To overcome is lớn prevail over, often by persevering: overcome an enemy; overcome temptation; overcome a physical handicap.

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defeatdefeat(n) overthrow, conquest, downfall, routantonym: victoryloss, reverse, setback, thrashing, beating, rout, whitewash (informal), trouncing, hiding (informal)antonym: victorydefeat(v) beat, overcome, overpower, overwhelm, conquer, crush, rout, trounce, whitewash, cream (US, informal), thrash, vanquish, triumph overantonym: losebaffle, confound, foil, frustrate, thwart, bamboozle (informal), stump