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美 [ˈsʌbˌdʒekt]
英 [ˈsʌbdʒɪkt]
  • n.学科;主题;问题;话题
  • adj.取决于;可能受…影响的;易遭受…的;视…而定
  • v.使臣服;使顺从;(尤指)压服
  • 网络科目;主语;主体
复数:subjects  现在分词:subjecting  过去式:subjected  
subject
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n.
谈话;书籍of conversation/book
1.
主题;题目;话题;题材;问题a thing or person that is being discussed, described or dealt with
an unpleasant subject of conversation
不愉快的话题
books on many different subjects
题材广泛的各种书籍
a magazine article on the subject of space travel
一篇谈航天旅行的杂志文章
I have nothing more to say on the subject.
关于这个问题,我再没有要说的了。
I wish you'd change the subject(= talk about sth else) .
我希望你换个话题。
How did we get onto the subject of marriage?
我们怎么谈到婚姻问题上了?
We seem to have got off the subject we're meant to be discussing.
我们似乎偏离了应当讨论的题目。
Nelson Mandela is the subject of a new biography.
纳尔逊 ) 曼德拉是一本新传记的传主。
Climate change is still very much a subject for debate .
气候变化很大程度上仍是一个争论的话题。
学校at school/college
2.
学科;科目;课程an area of knowledge studied in a school, college, etc.
Biology is my favourite subject.
生物是我最喜欢的学科。
绘画;摄影of picture/photograph
3.
表现对象;绘画(或拍摄)题材a person or thing that is the main feature of a picture or photograph, or that a work of art is based on
Focus the camera on the subject.
把相机的焦距调到被拍对象上。
Classical landscapes were a popular subject with many 18th century painters.
古典风景画是 18 世纪许多画家所喜欢用的题材。
实验of experiment
4.
接受试验者;实验对象a person or thing being used to study sth, especially in an experiment
We need male subjects between the ages of 18 and 25 for the experiment.
我们需要 18 至 25 岁之间的男性来接受试验。
语法grammar
5.
主语a noun, noun phrase or pronoun representing the person or thing that performs the action of the verb ( in ), about which sth is stated (the house inthe house is very old ) or, in a passive sentence, that is affected by the action of the verb (the tree inthe tree was blown down in the storm )
国家of country
6.
(尤指君主制国家的)国民,臣民a person who has the right to belong to a particular country, especially one with a king or queen
a British subject
英国国民
adj.
1.
~ to sth
可能受…影响的;易遭受…的likely to be affected by sth, especially sth bad
Flights are subject to delay because of the fog.
由于有雾,航班可能延误。
2.
~ to sth
取决于;视…而定depending on sth in order to be completed or agreed
The article is ready to publish, subject to your approval.
那篇文章准备好了,可以发表,就等你批准了。
All the holidays on offer are subject to availability.
所有拟订的度假行程,须能成行始可确定。
3.
~ to sth/sb
受…支配;服从于under the authority of sth/sb
All nuclear installations are subject to international safeguards.
一切核设施均须执行国际防护措施。
4.
[obn]
受异族统治的;臣服的controlled by the government of another country
subject peoples
被他国统治的民族
v.
1.
~ sth (to sth)
使臣服;使顺从;(尤指)压服to bring a country or group of people under your control, especially by using force
The Roman Empire subjected most of Europe to its rule.
罗马帝国把欧洲多数地区置于自己的统治之下。

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