English to German Meaning :: subject

Subject :
Thema, Gegenstand, Subjekt, Motiv, Fach, Objekt, Sache, Sujet, Untertan, Stoff, Grund, Studienfach, Staatsbürger, Staatsangehörigeunterworfen, untertanunterwerfen, unterziehen, zerschlagen - GegenstandFachausgesetztEinwirkenlassenUnterwerfungFächer
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Noun(1) the subject matter of a conversation or discussion(2) something (a person or object or scene(3) a branch of knowledge(4) some situation or event that is thought about(5) (grammar(6) a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures; someone who is an object of investigation(7) a person who owes allegiance to that nation(8) (logic
Verb(1) cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to(2) make accountable for(3) make subservient; force to submit or subdue
Adjective(1) possibly accepting or permitting(2) being under the power or sovereignty of another or others(3) likely to be affected by something

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(1) The idea of having his child did not frighten me as much as the thought of myself being forced to marry him or subject a child to his treatment.(2) There was a punter somewhere in Britain whose name I forget but whose strange activities were the subject of some publicity many years ago.(3) It is also subject to environmental approval and the negotiation of a satisfactory dredging contract.(4) they changed the subject(5) English is my favourite subject(6) subject to certain conditions(7) to be subject to sb(8) The guided part of the project is the subject of a public inquiry which started this week.(9) He is God, and therefore not subject to the laws and limitations which he has imposed upon us as our sovereign.(10) Sub-Saharan Africa, for example, is not generally the subject of short-term speculation.(11) First, there may be a change of mind or a regime change on behalf of the subject country.(12) In the philosophy of consciousness a subject has over against it a world of objects.(13) those territories were subject to the British Crown(14) the trains may be subject to delay(15) In fact, the airport is not subject to the same laws of the land as the rest of us.(16) compulsory subject
Related Words
(1) subject to ::
(2) subject line ::
(3) subject to change ::
Änderungen vorbehalten
(4) subject pronoun ::
Subjekt Pronomen
(5) subject-matter ::
(6) change the subject ::
das Thema wechseln
(7) subject area ::
(8) major subject ::
(9) this subject ::
Dieses Thema
1. dependent ::
2. open ::
3. theme ::
4. branch of study ::
5. participant ::
6. citizen ::
7. liege ::
8. discipline ::
9. matter ::
10. topic ::
12. content ::
13. national ::
14. put through ::
15. submit ::
16. subjugate ::
1. alien ::
Different Forms
subject, subjected, subjecting, subjection, subjects
Word Example from TV Shows

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Don't try to change the SUBJECT.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 9

so it\

so it's probably a good SUBJECT to avoid if at all possible.

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6

- But, why wouldn\

- But, why wouldn't-- - Can we please change the SUBJECT?

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 19

What subject do you teach\\Nin the school, miss?\0

What SUBJECT do you teach
in the school, miss?

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8


Don't look down if you're SUBJECT to vertigo... and use their stairwell.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 14

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