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N-COUNT 主题;题目;话题;题材;问题 The subject of something such as a conversation, letter, or book is the thing that is being discussed or written about.
It was I who first raised the subject of plastic surgery.
...the president's own views on the subject.
N-COUNT (批评、学习、调查的)对象 Someone or something that is the subject of criticism, study, or an investigation is being criticized, studied, or investigated.
Over the past few years, some of the positions Mr. Meredith has adopted have made him the subject of criticism...
He's now the subject of an official inquiry.
N-COUNT (知识、研究)领域;(尤指)学科，科目，课程 A subject is an area of knowledge or study, especially one that you study at school, college, or university.
Surprisingly, mathematics was voted their favourite subject.
...a tutor in maths and science subjects.
N-COUNT 研究对象;实验对象 In an experiment or piece of research, the subject is the person or animal that is being tested or studied.
'White noise' was played into the subject's ears through headphones...
Subjects in the study were asked to follow a modified diet.
N-COUNT (艺术的)表现对象;绘画(或拍摄)题材 An artist's subjects are the people, animals, or objects that he or she paints, models, or photographs.
Her favourite subjects are shells spotted on beach walks.
N-COUNT (语法中的)主语 In grammar, the subject of a clause is the noun group that refers to the person or thing that is doing the action expressed by the verb. For example, in 'My cat keeps catching birds', 'my cat' is the subject.
ADJ 可能受…影响的;易遭受…的 To be subject to something means to be affected by it or to be likely to be affected by it.
Prices may be subject to alteration...
In addition, interest on Treasury issues isn't subject to state and local income taxes.
ADJ 受…支配的;服从于…的 If someone is subject to a particular set of rules or laws, they have to obey those rules or laws.
The tribunal is unique because Mr Jones is not subject to the normal police discipline code.
...arguing that as a sovereign state it could not be subject to another country's laws.
VERB 使经受;使遭受 If you subject someone to something unpleasant, you make them experience it.
...the man who had subjected her to four years of beatings and abuse...
使她遭受了 4 年毒打和辱骂的男人
Innocent civilians are being arrested and subjected to inhumane treatment.
N-COUNT (通常指君主制国家的)国民，臣民 The people who live in or belong to a particular country, usually one ruled by a monarch, are the subjects of that monarch or country.
...his subjects regarded him as a great and wise monarch...
Roughly half of them are British subjects.
ADJ 臣服的;受他国统治的 Subject peoples and countries are ruled or controlled by the government of another country.
The subject peoples of her empire were anxious for their own independence.
...colonies and other subject territories.
PHRASE (通常因为谈论的话题令人尴尬而)转换话题 When someone involved in a conversation changes the subject, they start talking about something else, often because the previous subject was embarrassing.
He tried to change the subject, but she wasn't to be put off.
PREP-PHRASE 取决于;视…而定 If an event will take place subject to a condition, it will take place only if that thing happens.
They denied a report that Egypt had agreed to a summit, subject to certain conditions.