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subject



I - noun
1. the subject matter of a conversation or discussion (Freq. 20)
- he didn't want to discuss that subject
- it was a very sensitive topic
- his letters were always on the theme of love
Syn:
topic, theme
Derivationally related forms:
thematic (for: theme), topical (for: topic)
Hypernyms:
message, content, subject matter, substance
Hyponyms:
bone of contention, precedent, question, head, keynote
2. something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation (Freq. 14)
- a moving picture of a train is more dramatic than a still picture of the same subject
Syn:
content, depicted object
Hypernyms:
thing
Part Holonyms:
scene, view
3. a branch of knowledge (Freq. 11)
- in what discipline is his doctorate?
- teachers should be well trained in their subject
- anthropology is the study of human beings
Syn:
discipline, subject area, subject field, field, field of study,
study, bailiwick
Derivationally related forms:
study (for: study), disciplinary (for: discipline)
Hypernyms:
knowledge domain, knowledge base, domain
Hyponyms:
occultism, communications, communication theory, major, frontier,
genealogy, allometry, bibliotics, ology, science, scientific discipline,
architecture, engineering, engineering science, applied science, technology, futurology,
futuristics, humanistic discipline, humanities, liberal arts, arts, theology,
theology, military science, escapology, graphology, numerology,
protology, theogony
4. some situation or event that is thought about (Freq. 9)
- he kept drifting off the topic
- he had been thinking about the subject for several years
- it is a matter for the police
Syn:
topic, issue, matter
Derivationally related forms:
matter (for: matter), topical (for: topic)
Hypernyms:
content, cognitive content, mental object
Hyponyms:
area, blind spot, remit, res judicata, res adjudicata
5. (grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence;
the grammatical constituent about which something is predicated (Freq. 4)
Topics:
grammar
Hypernyms:
constituent, grammatical constituent
6. a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures;
someone who is an object of investigation (Freq. 2)
- the subjects for this investigation were selected randomly
- the cases that we studied were drawn from two different communities
Syn:
case, guinea pig
Hypernyms:
person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
7. a person who owes allegiance to that nation (Freq. 2)
- a monarch has a duty to his subjects
Syn:
national
Derivationally related forms:
national (for: national)
Hypernyms:
person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
Hyponyms:
citizen, compatriot, patriot, nationalist
Member Holonyms:
nation, land, country
8. (logic) the first term of a proposition
Topics:
logic
Hypernyms:
term

II - verb
1. cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to (Freq. 10)
- He subjected me to his awful poetry
- The sergeant subjected the new recruits to many drills
- People in Chernobyl were subjected to radiation
Hypernyms:
affect, impact, bear upon, bear on, touch on, touch
Hyponyms:
bacterize, bacterise, vitriol, put, shipwreck,
refract, expose, incur
Cause:
experience, see, go through
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s somebody PP
- Somebody ----s something PP
2. make accountable for (Freq. 6)
- He did not want to subject himself to the judgments of his superiors
Hypernyms:
submit
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s somebody
3. make subservient;
force to submit or subdue (Freq. 1)
Syn:
subjugate
Derivationally related forms:
subjection, subjugation (for: subjugate), subjugator (for: subjugate)
Hypernyms:
dominate, master
Hyponyms:
dragoon, enslave
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s somebody
4. refer for judgment or consideration
- The lawyers submitted the material to the court
Syn:
submit
Derivationally related forms:
submission (for: submit)
Hypernyms:
refer
Hyponyms:
give, return, relegate, pass on, submit
Verb Frames:
- Somebody ----s something
- Somebody ----s something to somebody

III - adjective
1. possibly accepting or permitting
- a passage capable of misinterpretation
- open to interpretation
- an issue open to question
- the time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation
Syn:
capable, open
Similar to:
susceptible
Derivationally related forms:
capability (for: capable)
2. being under the power or sovereignty of another or others
- subject peoples
- a dependent prince
Syn:
dependent
Similar to:
subordinate
Derivationally related forms:
dependency (for: dependent)
3. likely to be affected by something
- the bond is subject to taxation
- he is subject to fits of depression
Similar to:
affected

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