Hindi translation of 'subject'
Word forms: subjects, subjecting, subjected
1. countable noun /ˈsʌbdʒɪkt ˈसब्जिक्ट्/
The subject of a conversation, letter, or book is the person or thing that is being discussed or written about.
We got on to the subject of relationships.
The battle is the subject of a new film.
He's now the subject of an official inquiry.
the subject of something
a subject of debate/discussion
broach/raise a subject
change the subject
cover a subject
a taboo/sensitive/thorny/controversial subject
2. countable noun
A subject is an area of knowledge that is studied at school, college, or university.
Mathematics was their favourite subject.
teach/study a subject
an academic/vocational/compulsory subject
a science/arts subject
3. countable noun
In grammar, the subject of a clause is the noun group which refers to the person or thing that does the action expressed by the verb. For example, in 'My cat keeps catching birds', 'my cat' is the subject.
4. adjective after link verb
If someone or something is subject to something, they are affected, or likely to be affected, by it.
के प्रभाव में आना
के अधीन होना
Prices may be subject to change.
If an event will take place subject to a condition, it will take place only if that condition exists.
की स्थिति में
Tickets are £10 each, subject to availability.
6. countable noun
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.
7. transitive verb /səbˈdʒekt सबˈजेक्ट्/
If you subject someone to something unpleasant, you make them experience it.
कटु अनुभव कराना
He subjected her to six years of bullying.
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Example Sentences Including 'subject'
Her expression became clouded for a moment, and then she changed the subject.LOST SUMMER (2002)
Dr. Landsberg had told him she was no expert on the subject.AFTERMATH (2001)
Nothing could be guaranteed to start a fight quicker in our house than the subject of Sally's mother.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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'subject' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَوْضُوع
- Brazilian Portuguese: assunto
- Chinese: 主题
- Croatian: tema
- Czech: téma
- Danish: emne
- Dutch: onderwerp
- European Spanish: asignatura
- Finnish: aihe
- French: sujet
- German: Gegenstand Thema
- Greek: θέμα
- Italian: materia
- Japanese: 主題
- Korean: 주제
- Norwegian: tema
- Polish: temat
- Portuguese: assunto
- Romanian: subiect subiecte
- Russian: предмет
- Spanish: asunto
- Swedish: ämne
- Thai: หัวข้อ
- Turkish: konu
- Ukrainian: предмет
- Vietnamese: chủ đề
Translation of subject from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary