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Subject

Definition of subject:

part of speech: adjective

Under the power of another: liable, exposed: subordinate: subservient.

part of speech: verb

To throw or bring under: to bring under the power of: to make subordinate or subservient: to subdue: to ensalve: to expose or make liable to: to cause to undergo.

part of speech: adjective

Being under the power or control of another; as, to be subject to a king; exposed; liable: with to; as, subject to temptation; subject to change.

part of speech: verb

To bring under power or control; to make subordinate or secondary; render liable; expose; as, to subject a person to unpleasantness; to cause to undergo; as, to subject a substance to heat.

part of speech: noun

One who is under the power or control of another; one who owes allegiance to a monarch; as, the rights of subjects; that which is treated in writing, speaking, etc., or concerning which anything is said or done; topic; the word or word group in a sentence, denoting that of which anything is affirmed: distinguished from predicate, the thing affirmed.

part of speech: noun

One under another's authority; one owing allegiance to a sovereign; that which is treated or handled; theme.

part of speech: adjective

Being under authority; subordinate; liable; exposed.

part of speech: noun

One under the power of another: one under allegiance to a sovereign: that on which any operation is performed: that which is treated or handled: ( anat.) a dead body for dissection: ( art) that which it is the object of the artist to express: that of which anything is said: topic: matter, materials.

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