subordinating

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İngilizce - Türkçe
itaat
subordinate
ast

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

subordinating conjunction
birlikte itaat
subordinate
{i} başkasının emrinde olan
subordinate
emrindeki
subordinate
desteklemek
subordinate
(Askeri) AST: Kıdem ve derece itibarıyla, daha üst derecenin altında olmak ve altında olan
subordinate
{s} -den aşağı kalan; -den sonra gelen; (başka bir şeye göre) daha az önemli olan; başkasının emrinde olan (kimse)
subordinate
ikinci derecede
subordinate
-den aşağı kalan
subordinate
itaat
subordinate
(Kanun) maiyet
subordinate
(Dilbilim) tümleyen
subordinate
bağımlı
subordinate
önemsiz
subordinate
tabi etmek
subordinate
tali bir hale koymak
subordinate
(Dilbilim) niteleyen
subordinate
daha az önemli saymak
subordinate
-den sonra gelen
subordinate
ikinci dereceye koymak
subordinate
{f} ikinci dereceye koy
subordinate
ikincil
subordinate
ikinci plana almak
subordinate
madu
subordinate
madum
subordinate
yan

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.

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

subordinate
tabi
subordinate
emrine vermek
subordinate
madun
subordinate
alt
subordinate
{f} bağlamak
subordinate
arka plana at
subordinate
ikinci derecede memur
subordinate
subordinate clause gram
subordinate
bağımlı cümlecik
subordinate
{s} bağlı
subordinate
{f} (bir şeyi) (başka bir şeyin) hâkimiyetine sokmak: She subordinated her passion to her reason. Tutkusunu yenerek aklının dediklerine
subordinate
aşağı alt
İngilizce - İngilizce
serving to connect a subordinate clause to a main clause; "`when' in `I will come when I can' is a subordinating conjunction"
Present participle of to subordinate
subordinating conjunction
A word that appears at the beginning of a subordinate clause and establishes its nature

Example: because in I'm staying in because it's raining..

subordinating-conjunction
Attributive form of subordinating conjunction, noun
subordinating conjunction
A subordinating conjunction is a word such as `although', `because', or `when' which begins a subordinate clause. Compare co-ordinating conjunction
subordinating conjunction
a conjunction (like `since' or `that' or `who') that introduces a dependent clause the subordination that occurs when a conjunction makes one linguistic unit a constituent of another
subordinating(a)
serving to connect a subordinate clause to a main clause; "`when' in `I will come when I can' is a subordinating conjunction
subordinate
To make of lower priority in order of payment in bankruptcy
subordinate
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”.

subordinate
To make subservient
subordinate
belonging to an inferior order in a classification
subordinate
{a} inferior, lower, less, subject
subordinate
{v} to range or put under another
Subordinate
servient
subordinate
To make subject to, or junior to
subordinate
lower in rank or importance subject or submissive to authority or the control of another; "a subordinate kingdom
subordinate
{s} inferior, of secondary importance; subjugated, subservient, under the authority of another
subordinate
The lower, or underprivileged, group in a stratified system
subordinate
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"
subordinate
Placed in a lower class, rank, or position
subordinate
an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
subordinate
{f} make subservient, dominate, subjugate; place in a position of lesser importance
subordinate
To make a mortgage subservient to another mortgage
subordinate
{i} underling
subordinate
inferior in rank or status; "the junior faculty"; "a lowly corporal"; "petty officialdom"; "a subordinate functionary"
subordinate
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
subordinate
rank or order as less important or consider of less value; "Art is sometimes subordinated to Science in these schools"
subordinate
a word that is more specific than a given word
subordinate
lower in rank or importance
subordinate
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
subordinate
To make subject to or junior to
subordinate
>> 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
subordinate
To make subject; to subject or subdue; as, to subordinate the passions to reason
subordinate
To make subject or junior to
subordinate
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
subordinate
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
subordinate
{i} one who is subservient, someone under the authority of another; one that is subjugated
subordinate
One that is subordinate
subordinate
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
subordinate
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"
subordinate
Placed in a lower order, class, or rank; holding a lower or inferior position
subordinate
Inferior in order, nature, dignity, power, importance, or the like
subordinate
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
subordinate
One who stands in order or rank below another; distinguished from a principal
subordinate
make subordinate, dependent, or subservient; "Our wishes have to be subordinated to that of our ruler"
subordinate
As used in this module, a smaller, less inclusive idea or concept that fits under a larger, more inclusive one
subordinate
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
subordinate
A subordinate is someone in a lower rank or position
subordinate
to place in a rank of lesser importance or to make one claim secondary to another
subordinate
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
subordinate
Submissive to or controlled by authority
subordinate
subject or submissive to authority or the control of another; "a subordinate kingdom"
subordinate
To treat as of less value or importance
subordinating

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