subject lietuviškai

subject vertimas 1. a 1) priklausomas, pavaldus; 2) linkęs; 3) priklausantis; 2. n 1) pavaldinys; 2) gram.veiksnys; 3) tema, siužetas; dalykas; dingstis; to keep to the subject laikytis temos; to traverse a subject visapusiškai apsvarstyti klausimą; to wander from the subject nukrypti nuo temos; on the subject ofdingstimi, tuo klausimu; apie; 3. adv: subject tosu sąlyga, prileidžiant; 4. v pajungti, palenkti

  • change the subject () pakeisti pokalbio temą
  • subject to () linkęs, linkęs į ką, esant
  • subsidiary subject (n.) ðalutinis specializacijos dalykas
  • be subject to (v.) priklausyti, priklausyti nuo
  • subject case (n.) vardininkas
  • subject field (n.) sfera, sritis, dalykas, disciplina
  • subject index (n.) kas viduje, turinys
  • subject matter (n.) turinys, žinia, pranešimas, žinutė, idėjinis turinys, aptariamas dalykas, problema, tema, pamokymas
  • subject area (n.) sfera, sritis, dalykas, disciplina
  • subject for debate (n.) pokalbio tema
  • subject of discussion (n.) pokalbio tema
  • Subject (grammar) Veiksnys
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (message) the subject matter of a conversation or discussion
  • (thing) something (a person, object, or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation
  • (knowledge domain) a branch of knowledge
  • (cognitive content) some situation or event that is thought about
  • (grammar) one of the 2 main constituents of a sentence; the grammatical constituent about which something is predicated
  • (case) a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures; someone who is an object of investigation
  • (nation) a person who owes allegiance to that nation
  • (term) the 1st term of a proposition
  • (affect) to cause to experience or suffer, or make liable or vulnerable to Type of: affect. Causes: experience
  • (competition verb) to make accountable for Type of: submit
  • (dominate) to make subservient; to force to submit or subdue
  • (refer) to refer for judgment or consideration
  • (susceptible) possibly accepting or permitting
  • (subordinate) being under the power or sovereignty of another or others
  • (affected) likely to be affected by something Similar to: affected

subject sinonimai capable, dependant, dependent, drug-addicted, hooked, open, strung-out, bailiwick, case, content, depicted object, discipline, field, field of study, figure, guinea pig, guinea-pig, issue, laboratory animal, matter, national, purpose, study, subject area, subject field, subject matter, substance, theme, thread, topic, idea, melodic theme, musical theme, theme, introduce, reduce, subdue, subjugate, submit

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