conquistador en Español
conquistador en Francés
2. (militar - hombre) conquérant (m)
Like the Castilian conquistadors, he had a fancy for copper-colored beauty with oblique eyes and straight hair.
He felt more like a conquistador than a trader.
The subtlety of this modern empire building puts the Roman centurions, the Spanish conquistadors, and the (...) European colonial powers to shame. Today we do not carry swords. We do not wear armor or clothes that set us apart. (...) It is how the system works. We seldom resort to anything illegal because the system itself is built on subterfuge, and the system is by definition legitimate.
Actually what we have in that bag is the personal armor of the great conquistador Ponce de Leon, captain of the Spanish Armada, and royal servant of Ferdinand, King of Aragon.
Although the conquistador Pedro de Cieza de Leon made mention of these strange hieroglyphs in his book Chronicle of Peru in 1547, it was not until 1927 when the student discovers Xesspe Toribio Mejia, referring to them as sacred paths.
Conquistador, I am going to tell you the true reason why the inquisitor pits cross against crown.
No conquistador and no Crusader, I'm going to teach him to sing.
Probably because of this, ordered by Hernan Cortes, the conquistadors looted Cholula and killed the majority of its residents.
Saddle up to one of those bulls, ride into town like a conquistador and challenge all of them to a duel.
So, like a Spanish conquistador, I have come to Florida to claim what is rightfully mine.