subordinate

listen to the pronunciation of subordinate
Englisch - Türkisch
ast

Üst düzey yöneticiler astlarına eğitim vermek için çok zaman harcıyorlar. - Senior executives spend a lot of time training their subordinates.

{i} başkasının emrinde olan
(Askeri) AST: Kıdem ve derece itibarıyla, daha üst derecenin altında olmak ve altında olan
{s} -den aşağı kalan; -den sonra gelen; (başka bir şeye göre) daha az önemli olan; başkasının emrinde olan (kimse)
önemsiz
(Dilbilim) niteleyen
-den aşağı kalan
-den sonra gelen
daha az önemli saymak
(Dilbilim) tümleyen
(Kanun) maiyet
itaat
tali bir hale koymak
bağımlı
{f} ikinci dereceye koy
ikinci plana almak
ikincil
ikinci dereceye koymak
alt
ikinci derecede
{f} emrine vermek
arka plana at
{s} tabi
aşağı alt
{i} madun
subordinate clause gram
bağımlı cümlecik
{s} emrindeki
{f} desteklemek
{s} bağlı
{s} yan

Bazı uzmanlara göre, konuşulan dil çok az sayıda yan cümleler kullanır. - According to some experts the spoken language uses few subordinate clauses.

Cümle tekrar uzun sürdü. O zaman birkaç yan cümleyi çokarın. - The sentence has got too long again. Then just take out a few of the subordinate clauses.

{f} (bir şeyi) (başka bir şeyin) hâkimiyetine sokmak: She subordinated her passion to her reason. Tutkusunu yenerek aklının dediklerine
ikinci derecede memur
{f} bağlamak
tabi etmek
madu
madum
subordinate to
çeken
subordinate to
bağlı
subordinate to
maruz kalan
subordinate clause
yan cümle
subordinate clause
yantümce
subordinate clause
(Dilbilim) Yancümle
subordinate clause as indefinite noun
belirtisiz ad tamlaması
subordinate area commander
(Askeri) tali bölge komutanı
subordinate area commanders
(Askeri) TALİ BÖLGE KOMUTANLIKLARI: Tahsis edilmiş bir coğrafi bölge için harekat açısından CINHAN'a karşı sorumluluğu olan NATO komutanlarına verilen isim. Ayrıca bakınız: "Major NATO Commanders", "Major Subordinate Commanders", "Principal Subordinate Commanders"
subordinate clause
dilb. yancümle
subordinate command
alt komuta kademesi
subordinate commands
(Askeri) bağlı komutanlıklar
subordinate joint information bureau
(Askeri) ast müşterek bilgi bürosu
subordinate reference
Yardımcı Başvuru
subordinate reporting organization
(Askeri) rapor veren ast teşkilat
subordinate unit
(Askeri) bağlı birlik
subservient, subordinate, enslaved
itaat eden, ast, köle
subordinate to
tabi
subordination
boyun eğme
subordination
itaat

Ben böyle itaate katlanmayacağım. - I will not tolerate such subordination.

subordination
bağlılık
subordinative
bağlı
subordinative
yan cümle ile ilgili
subordinative
bağımlı
subordinating
itaat
a subordinate
ast
be subordinate to
(bir şeyden) aşağı kalmak, -den sonra gelmek, -den daha az önemli olmak; (başkasının) emrinde olmak
major subordinate command
(Askeri) ana ast komutanlık
major subordinate command
(Askeri) büyük ast komutanlık
major subordinate command; Military Sealift Command; military staff committee; m
(Askeri) ana ast komutanlık; Askeri Deniz Ulaştırma Komutanlığı; askeri karargah komitesi; görev destek onayı
major subordinate commander
(Askeri) ana ast komutan
major subordinate commander
(Askeri) büyük ast komutan
major subordinate commanders
(Askeri) BÜYÜK TALİ KOMUTANLIKLAR: Belirli bir coğrafi bölge veya işlev için SACEUR ve SACLANT'a çalışmalarından sorumlu olan, NATO komutanlıklarına tahsis edilen isimdir. Ayrıca bak. "Major NATO Commanders; Principal Subordinate Commander; Subordinate Area Commander"
port security company; principal subordinate command
(Askeri) liman emniyet bölüğü; ana ast komutanlık
principal subordinate commands
(Askeri) ANA AST KOMUTANLIKLAR: Tahsis edilmiş bir coğrafik bölge veya işlev için Ana Ast komutanlara ameli olarak sorumlu olan NATO Komutanlarına tahsis edilmiş teşkil. Ayrıca bak. "Major NATO Commanders", "Major Subordinate Commanders", "subordinate Area Commanders"
subordinately
ikincil olarak
subordination
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) üstünlük kurma
subordination
arka plana atma
subordination
(Tıp) Başka bir şeyin kontrolu altında bulunma, başka bir şeye bağlı olma hali, özellikle bir organın gösterdiği hareket veya faaliyet yönünden diğer bir organa tabi olması hali
subordination
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) ikincil konuma itme
subordination
{i} ikinci derecede önemli olma
subordination
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) tabi kılma
subordinative
{s} tamlayıcı
subordinative
tamlama
subordinative
arka plana atan
Englisch - Englisch
Placed in a lower class, rank, or position
Submissive to or controlled by authority
To make subservient
One that is subordinate
To treat as of less value or importance
To make of lower priority in order of payment in bankruptcy
dependent on and either modifying or complementing the main clause

In the sentence, “The barbecue finished before John arrived”, the subordinate clause “before John arrived” specifies the time of the main clause, “The barbecue finished”.

belonging to an inferior order in a classification
{v} to range or put under another
{a} inferior, lower, less, subject
{f} make subservient, dominate, subjugate; place in a position of lesser importance
The one that moves to a lower priority e g , a 2nd mortgage would be in a subordinate position to the 1st lien or mortgage
lower in rank or importance subject or submissive to authority or the control of another; "a subordinate kingdom
{s} inferior, of secondary importance; subjugated, subservient, under the authority of another
The lower, or underprivileged, group in a stratified system
of a clause; unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; "a subordinate (or dependent) clause functions as a noun or adjective or adverb within a sentence"
lower in rank or importance
To make a mortgage subservient to another mortgage
an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
inferior in rank or status; "the junior faculty"; "a lowly corporal"; "petty officialdom"; "a subordinate functionary"
A person of lower class or rank The military was and still is an institution of ranks and hierarchies designed to instill a sense of obedience and duty in its men For an army to be effective and professional, its soldiers have to be willing to receive orders without question or doubt
rank or order as less important or consider of less value; "Art is sometimes subordinated to Science in these schools"
a word that is more specific than a given word
subject or submissive to authority or the control of another; "a subordinate kingdom"
Inferior in order, nature, dignity, power, importance, or the like
To make subject to, or junior to
an assistant subject to the authority or control of another make subordinate, dependent, or subservient; "Our wishes have to be subordinated to that of our ruler"
To make subject or junior to
>> A lien taking a legal title position junior to another lien that recorded later For example, if a mortgage lien recorded in 1996, it can subordinate to a lien recorded in 1999 Subordination may apply not only to mortgages, but also to leases, real estate rights and any other type of debt instruments
Someone who is subordinate to you has a less important position than you and has to obey you. Sixty of his subordinate officers followed his example Women were regarded as subordinate to free men. superior
{i} one who is subservient, someone under the authority of another; one that is subjugated
If someone is your subordinate, they have a less important position than you in the organization that you both work for. Haig tended not to seek guidance from subordinates superior
To make subject to or junior to
Placed in a lower order, class, or rank; holding a lower or inferior position
If you subordinate something to another thing, you regard it or treat it as less important than the other thing. He was both willing and able to subordinate all else to this aim. + subordination sub·or·di·na·tion the social subordination of women. someone who has a lower position and less authority than someone else in an organization
To make subject to, or junior to For example, a prior deed of trust may be written agreement be subordinated in priority to a subsequent junior deed of trust
One who stands in order or rank below another; distinguished from a principal
make subordinate, dependent, or subservient; "Our wishes have to be subordinated to that of our ruler"
As used in this module, a smaller, less inclusive idea or concept that fits under a larger, more inclusive one
Something that is subordinate to something else is less important than the other thing. It was an art in which words were subordinate to images
A subordinate is someone in a lower rank or position
to place in a rank of lesser importance or to make one claim secondary to another
To place in a lower order or class; to make or consider as of less value or importance; as, to subordinate one creature to another
To make subject; to subject or subdue; as, to subordinate the passions to reason
servient
{i} underling
subordinate clause
A clause that cannot stand alone as a sentence, but functions as either a noun, adjective or adverb in a sentence
subordinate clauses
plural form of subordinate clause
subordinate-clause
Attributive form of subordinate clause, noun
subordinate clause
(Dilbilim) In linguistics, a protasis is the subordinate clause (the if-clause) in a conditional sentence. For example, in "if X, then Y", the protasis is "if X". The other clause ("then Y") is called the apodosis
subordinate clause
a clause in a complex sentence that cannot stand alone as a complete sentence and that functions within the sentence as a noun or adjective or adverb
subordinate clause
{i} dependent clause, clause with accompanies the main clause
subordinate clause
A subordinate clause is a clause in a sentence which adds to or completes the information given in the main clause. It cannot usually stand alone as a sentence. Compare main clause. a dependent clause
subordinate conjunction
A conjunction, such as after, because, if, or where, that introduces a dependent clause
subordinates
Third person singular simple present of to subordinate
subordinates
plural form of subordinate
a subordinate
underling
subordination
{n} a subordinate state, inferiority
a subordinate
subaltern
subordinated
Refers to a promise to pay or a security with a promise to pay which cannot legally be fulfilled until payments on certain other obligations have been made and any other conditions (defined in the indenture) have been met These other obligations are said to be senior to the subordinated obligation
subordinated
a security with a lower priority than others when dividends and assets are distributed in liquidations or bankruptcies
subordinated
Simple past and past participle of to subordinate
subordinated
A class of securities which have lower priority or claim against a borrower Typically, these are unsecured obligations They are also called Junior notes and bonds This compares to Senior securities
subordinated
Security owners' rights or claims to a company's assets are second, or subordinate, to another class of security owners; often used often in association with bonds or preferred stock
subordinated
Of a liability, ranked below another liability in order of priority for payment
subordinately
to act or be subordinate
subordinately
{s} in a subordinate manner
subordinates
plural of subordinate
subordinating
serving to connect a subordinate clause to a main clause; "`when' in `I will come when I can' is a subordinating conjunction"
subordinating
Present participle of to subordinate
subordination
A second mortgage is subordinate to a first mortgage Back to Top
subordination
joining two unequal sentence parts to form a complex sentence Ex : Aaron likes ice cream because it tastes so sweet
subordination
Made subject to or subservient to; assignment to a lesser role or position
subordination
A loan in a lower priority, for example, a second mortgage is subordinate to a first
subordination
The act of process by which a person's rights are ranked below the rights of others
subordination
Making an element appear to hold a secondary or lesser importance within a design or work of art
subordination
- The actor or process by which a person's rights are ranked below the rights of others For example, a second mortgagee's rights are subordinate to those of the first mortgage
subordination
the quality of obedient submissiveness the grammatical relation of a modifying word or phrase to its head the state of being subordinate to something
subordination
The act of a party acknowledging, by written recorded instrument, that a debt due is inferior to the interest of another in the saw property Subordination may apply not only to mortgages, but to leases, real estate rights and any other types of debt instruments
subordination
The act of a party acknowledging by written recorded instrument that a debt due is inferior to the interest of another in the same property Subordination may apply not only to mortgages but to leases, real estate rights and any other types of debt instruments
subordination
The quality of being properly obedient to a superior (as a superior officer)
subordination
the state of being subordinate to something
subordination
The process of making something subordinate
subordination
the grammatical relation of a modifying word or phrase to its head
subordination
The act or process by which a person's rights are ranked below the rights of others For example, a second mortgagee's rights are subordinate to those of the first mortgagee
subordination
The property of being subordinate
subordination
An agreement by which a lienholder, a lessee or one having an interest or claim in or against personal or real property, places the interest behind that of another
subordination
a method of joining to complete thoughts that shows that one thought is not as important than the other thought; subordinate clauses begin with a dependent word (e g , because, when, if, etc )
subordination
The quality or state of being subordinate or inferior to an other; inferiority of rank or dignity; subjection
subordination
{i} act of subordinating; state of being inferior to, state of being secondary in importance; subjugation, state of being under the authority of another
subordination
Place of inferior rank
subordination
A loan in a lower priority, for example a second mortgage is subordinate to a first
subordination
the act of mastering or subordinating someone
subordination
the semantic relation of being subordinate or belonging to a lower rank or class
subordination
A clause inserted into a mortgage keeping it in a certain position For example a second trust deed may have a clause stating that it will always be subordinate to a first
subordination
The act of a party acknowledging, by written record, that a debt is inferior to the interest of another in the same property Subordination may apply not only to mortgages, but to leases, real estate rights, and any other types of debt instruments
subordination
The act or process by which a person's rights are ranked below the rights of others For example, a second mortgagees' rights are subordinate to those of the first mortgagee
subordination
The act of subordinating, placing in a lower order, or subjecting
subordination
the quality of obedient submissiveness
subordination
Relegation to a lesser position, usually in respect to a right or security
subordination
The act of a party acknowledging, by written recorded instrument, that a mortgage debt or other interest is inferior to the interest of another in the same property
subordination
the act of a party acknowledging, by a written record, that a debt is inferior to the interest of another in the same property Subordination may also apply not only to mortgages but to leases, real estate rights and any other types of debt instruments
subordination
Occurs when a party agrees in writing that its claim on a property is inferior to the claim of another For example, a second mortgage lender agrees to subordination when he agrees that the proceeds from the sale of a property will go first to pay off the first mortgage lender
subordination
The relationship between a dependent and an independent grammatical structure In the sentence: He sat down because he was tired, the clause he was tired is a subordinate clause joined to the main clause by means of the subordinating conjunction because Subordination is one feature which contributes to sentence complexity [See McKay, P , Sapuppo, M and Hudson, C (1994)]
subordination
The act or process by which a person's rights are ranked below the rights of others
subordination
The act of a creditor acknowledging in writing that a debt due him or her by a debtor shall be inferior to the debt due another creditor by the same debtor
subordination
Placing the right of one person behind those of another
subordinative
Tending to subordinate; expressing subordination; used to introduce a subordinate sentence; as, a subordinative conjunction
verb subordinate 3
to put someone or something in a less important position subordinate sb/sth to sb/sth
subordinate
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