make+subordinate

  • 1make subordinate — index subject Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2subordinate — adj., n., & v. adj. (usu. foll. by to) of inferior importance or rank; secondary, subservient. n. a person working under another s control or orders. v.tr. (usu. foll. by to) 1 make subordinate; treat or regard as of minor importance. 2 make… …

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  • 3subordinate — I. a. Inferior, subservient, subject, ancillary, minor, secondary. II. n. 1. Inferior, dependant. 2. Inferior, subject, subservient. III. v. a. Subject, make subordinate, make subservient …

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  • 4subordinate — subordinate, subordinated, subordination Debts or claims that have a lower status or priority than other debts or claims are subordinate. For example, creditor A may agree in a subordination agreement to have its claims on the cash flow or on the …

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  • 5Subordinate — Sub*or di*nate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Subordinated}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Subordinating}.] 1. To place in a lower order or class; to make or consider as of less value or importance; as, to subordinate one creature to another. [1913 Webster] 2. To make …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6subordinate — [sə bôrd′ n it; ] for v [., səbôr′də nāt΄] adj. [ME < ML subordinatus, pp. of subordinare < L sub , under + ordinare, to order: see ORDAIN] 1. inferior to or placed below another in rank, power, importance, etc.; secondary 2. under the… …

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  • 7subordinate — ► ADJECTIVE 1) lower in rank or position. 2) of less or secondary importance. ► NOUN ▪ a person under the authority or control of another. ► VERB 1) treat or regard as subordinate. 2) make subservient or dependent …

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  • 8Subordinate clauses — ◊ GRAMMAR A subordinate clause is a clause which adds to or completes the information given in a main clause. Most subordinate clauses begin with a subordinating conjunction such as because , if , or that . Many subordinate clauses are adverbial… …

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  • 9subordinate clauses — ◊ GRAMMAR A subordinate clause is a clause which adds to or completes the information given in a main clause. Most subordinate clauses begin with a subordinating conjunction such as because , if , or that . Many subordinate clauses are adverbial… …

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  • 10subordinate — subordinately, adv. subordinateness, n. subordination, subordinacy /seuh bawr dn euh see/, n. subordinative /seuh bawr dn ay tiv, bawr dn euh /, adj. adj., n. /seuh bawr dn it/; v. /seuh bawr dn ayt /, adj., n., v …

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  • 11subordinate — adjective /səˈbɔdənət / (say suh bawduhnuht) 1. placed in or belonging to a lower order or rank. 2. of lesser importance; secondary. 3. subject to or under the authority of a superior. 4. subservient. 5. dependent. 6. Grammar a. denoting or… …

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  • 12subordinate — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English subordinat, from Medieval Latin subordinatus, past participle of subordinare to subordinate, from Latin sub + ordinare to order more at ordain Date: 15th century 1. placed in or occupying a lower class, rank …

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  • 13subordinate — sub•or•di•nate adj., n. [[t]səˈbɔr dn ɪt[/t]] v. [[t] dnˌeɪt[/t]] adj. n. v. nat•ed, nat•ing 1) placed in or belonging to a lower order or rank 2) of less importance; secondary 3) subject to or under the authority of a superior 4) subservient or… …

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  • 14subordinate — 1. adjective a) Placed in a lower class, rank, or position. In the sentence, “The barbecue finished before John arrived”, the subordinate clause “before John arrived” specifies the time of the main clause, “The barbecue finished”. b) Submissive… …

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  • 15subordinate — Synonyms and related words: accessory, adjuvant, aide, assistant, assort, auxiliary, below, beneath, bolt, categorize, classify, client, cog, collate, collateral, common, commonality, commonalty, contributory, creature, demeaning, dependent,… …

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  • 16subordinate — adjective sə bɔ:dɪnət lower in rank or position. ↘of less or secondary importance. noun sə bɔ:dɪnət a person under the authority or control of another. verb sə bɔ:dɪneɪt treat or regard as subordinate. ↘make subservient or dependent. Derivatives… …

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  • 17subordinate — sub·or·di·nate || sÉ™ bɔːdnɪt n. one who is subservient, someone under the authority of another; one that is subjugated v. make subservient, dominate, subjugate; place in a position of lesser importance adj. inferior, of secondary… …

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  • 18Portuguese grammar — Portuguese grammar, the morphology and syntax of the Portuguese language, is similar to the grammar of most other Romance languages especially Galician and the other languages of Iberian Peninsula. It is a synthetic, fusional language. Nouns,… …

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  • 19subject — 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 …

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  • 20subject — I. v. a. 1. Subdue, control, bring under rule, make submissive, make subordinate. 2. Enslave, enthrall. 3. Expose, make liable. 4. Submit, refer, make accountable. 5. Make subservient. 6. Cause to undergo. II. a …

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