someone <so.> [subject]

someone <so.> [subject]
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  • subject — sub|ject1 [ sʌb,dʒekt ] noun count *** ▸ 1 something you talk/write about ▸ 2 something taught at school ▸ 3 in grammar/linguistics ▸ 4 someone in scientific test ▸ 5 someone/something shown in art, etc. ▸ 6 someone ruled by king/queen 1. ) an… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • subject — sub|ject1 W2S2 [ˈsʌbdʒıkt] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(thing talked about)¦ 2¦(at school)¦ 3¦(in art)¦ 4¦(in a test)¦ 5¦(grammar)¦ 6¦(citizen)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: Latin subjectus, from subicere …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • subject — [sub′jikt, sub′jekt΄; ] for v. [ səb jekt′] adj. [ME suget < OFr < L subjectus, pp. of subjicere, to place under, put under, subject < sub , under + jacere, to throw: see JET1] 1. under the authority or control of, or owing allegiance to …   English World dictionary

  • subject — sub·ject / səb ˌjekt/ n: the person upon whose life a life insurance policy is written and upon whose death the policy is payable: insured compare beneficiary b, policyholder Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster …   Law dictionary

  • subject someone to (something) — subject (someone/something) to (something) to cause someone or something to experience something. How do you feel about subjecting people to random drug testing? My daughter s only three, but I ve already subjected her to all sorts of music, from …   New idioms dictionary

  • subject something to (something) — subject (someone/something) to (something) to cause someone or something to experience something. How do you feel about subjecting people to random drug testing? My daughter s only three, but I ve already subjected her to all sorts of music, from …   New idioms dictionary

  • subject to (something) — subject (someone/something) to (something) to cause someone or something to experience something. How do you feel about subjecting people to random drug testing? My daughter s only three, but I ve already subjected her to all sorts of music, from …   New idioms dictionary

  • subject — ♦♦ subjects, subjecting, subjected (The noun and adjective are pronounced [[t]sʌ̱bʤɪkt[/t]]. The verb is pronounced [[t]səbʤe̱kt[/t]].) 1) N COUNT The subject of something such as a conversation, letter, or book is the thing that is being… …   English dictionary

  • subject to — 1 it is subject to budgetary approval: CONDITIONAL ON, contingent on, dependent on. 2 horses are subject to coughs: SUSCEPTIBLE TO, liable to, prone to, vulnerable to, predisposed to, at risk of; archaic susceptive of. 3 we are all subject to the …   Useful english dictionary

  • subject — noun /ˈsʌbdʒɛkt / (say subjekt) 1. something that forms a matter of thought, discourse, investigation, etc.: a subject of conversation. 2. a branch of knowledge organised into a system so as to form a suitable course of study. 3. a ground, motive …  

  • subject — 1 / sVbdZIkt/ noun (C) 1 THING TALKED ABOUT the thing you are talking about or considering in a conversation, discussion, book, film etc: Subjects covered in this chapter are exercise and nutrition. | Paul has strong opinions on most subjects. |… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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