Definition of 'subject to'
Example sentences containing 'subject to'
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They were regarded as mildly and acceptably eccentric, part of the scenery, arousing no curiosity, subject to no prying questions. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE (2004)Sir David considered that all roads, lanes and drives in his bailiwick were subject to his priority. GOODBYE CURATE (2004)He said, `Marvell is suspected of serious offences which may need to be subject to civil process. IN LOVE AND WAR (2004)
Synonyms of 'subject to'
liable to, open to, exposed to, vulnerable to
bound by, under the control of, accountable to, constrained by
dependent on, hanging on, contingent on, controlled by
Trends of 'subject to'
Very Common. subject to is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of subject to from the Collins English Dictionary
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