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Synonyms for subject

branch of study

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put through

subject to: liable to

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  • liable to
  • open to
  • exposed to
  • vulnerable to
  • prone to
  • susceptible to
  • disposed to

subject to: bound by

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  • bound by
  • under the control of
  • accountable to
  • constrained by

subject to: dependent on

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in a position of subordination

determined or to be determined by someone or something else

a person owing loyalty to and entitled to the protection of a given state

what a speech, piece of writing, or artistic work is about

to lay open, as to something undesirable or injurious

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to make subservient or subordinate

Synonyms for subject

the subject matter of a conversation or discussion

something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation

some situation or event that is thought about

(grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence

a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures

(logic) the first term of a proposition

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cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to

make accountable for

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make subservient

refer for judgment or consideration

possibly accepting or permitting

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being under the power or sovereignty of another or others

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likely to be affected by something

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Special educators who do not provide direct instruction in core academic subjects, or who provide only consultation to highly qualified teachers in adapting curricula, using behavioral supports and interventions, or selecting appropriate accommodations, do not need to demonstrate subject-matter competency in those subjects.
Tutoring is available in languages, core academic subjects and related skills.
A MIDLAND MP is delighted by a 144 per cent rise in the number of students studying for core academic subjects in Meriden.
Over 120 of the school's 1,200 pupils received awards for excellence in academic subjects, progress, supporting other students and being helpful and cooperative.
That includes huge gains in local authority areas like Sunderland, where results have rocketed by more than a fifth, and Newcastle, where more than half of all pupils are attaining five A* to Cs in academic subjects.
Last night, Mrs Marshall came out in defence of academies, saying while they offer a wide range of vocational courses, this is to help prepare the students for their working lives and is not to the detriment of academic subjects.
Not everyone is good at academic subjects and instead of being pushed into those subjects they should be encouraged to use their talents in other ways.
AS teenagers across South Wales prepare to find out their GCSE results, new research has revealed how much youngsters are turned off some of their academic subjects.
Conservative Shadow schools minister Nick Gibb, who obtained the figures through Parliamentary Questions, said the disappearance of these academic subjects was "extremely worrying.
All academic subjects covered including test preparation.
Tomlinson's recommendations had at their heart a new diploma that would allow crossover between vocational and academic subjects.
Ruthin School Bursar Toby Belfield said: "This time they will be general scholarships, open to children who show promise in sciences or other academic subjects.
As stated on the nonprofit organization's Web site, "There is a growing realization and acceptance that performance in the arts is not simply expressions of feelings, but cognitive in nature--providing the tools of thought needed to improve understanding across academic subjects as well as the imaginative, creative thinking capacities rapidly becoming societal necessities.
Finally, I did not write that the University of California doesn't like Christians, but rather that the UC administration believes that Christian ideas are backward and water down academic subjects.
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