- v.提交( subject的过去式和过去分词 ); 使经受; 使遭受; 使服从;
They were jostled and subjected to a torrent of verbal abuse.
Clare did not deserve the vilification she had been subjected to.
Davis was subjected to public ridicule.
At that time, Rome subjected all Italy to her rule.
Vigorous youth is subjected to rigorous discipline.
He was subjected to severe criticism.
The aircraft was subjected to temperatures of minus 65 degrees and plus 120 degrees.
Deep in the earth's crust the rock may be subjected to temperatures high enough to melt it.
The bourgeoisie has subjected the country to the rule of the towns.
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Innocent civilians are being arrested and subjected to inhumane treatment.
Let all theories be subjected to the bright clear light of practice.
Intermontane basins in relatively stable regions subjected to regional uplift.
Digital networks are considerably less subjected to noise than analog networks.
As a test the metal was subjected to great heat.
The suspect was subjected to cross - examination at the police station.