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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations noun: /ˈsʌbdʒɪkt/, verb: /səbˈdʒɛkt/

US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/n., adj. ˈsʌbdʒɪkt; v. səbˈdʒɛkt/

US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(n., adj. subjikt; v. səb jekt)



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Sense: Noun: topic
Synonyms:
topic , matter , theme , issue , question , matter at hand, subject matter, content
Antonyms:
taboo, moot point, fact , answer , conclusion , resolution , settlement , agreement
Sense: Verb: put through - followed by 'to'
Synonyms:
put sb through, expose sb to, submit sb to, impose sth on sb, force sth on sb, force sb to undergo
Antonyms:
liberate, release , rescue , free , safeguard, protect , let go, let off, rebel against, overthrow
Sense: Verb: conquer
Synonyms:
conquer , dominate , subjugate, pacify, subdue , oppress
Sense: Adjective: prone - followed by 'to'
Synonyms:
prone to, liable to, susceptible to, subjected to, vulnerable to
Antonyms:
free , autonomous, self-governing, self-ruling, totalitarian, breakaway, lawless
Sense: Adjective: dependent - followed by 'to'
Synonyms:
dependent on, contingent on, conditional on, contingent upon, dependent upon, reliant on, reliant upon
Antonyms:
independent , exempt , unconditional, superior , ultimate , free from, non-binding
Sense: Noun: area of study
Synonyms:
area of study, branch of study, field , field of study, discipline , subject area, major (US), domain
Sense: Noun: person owing allegiance to a country
Synonyms:
citizen , national , naturalized citizen, naturalised citizen (UK), resident , royal subject, subject of the Crown
Antonyms:
foreigner , leader , ruler , master , king , queen , lord , sovereign , director , landowner
Sense: Noun: participant in a scientific study
Synonyms:
participant, guinea pig (informal), research participant, study participant, human subject
Sense: Noun: vassal - historical
Synonyms:
vassal (historical), liege (historical), serf (historical), loyal subject

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