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Detailed Translations for subjective from English to Spanish

subjective:

subjective [the ~] noun

  1. the subjective (relative; dependant upon)
    el miembro de la familia; el pariente; el consanguíneo

Translation Matrix for subjective:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
consanguíneo dependant upon; relative; subjective
miembro de la familia dependant upon; relative; subjective family member; member of the family
pariente dependant upon; relative; subjective
personal employees; manpower; personnel; servants; service; serving; staff; steering
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- immanent
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
consanguíneo connected; in relation to; related
pariente connected; in relation to; related
personal paradigmatic; personal; subjective individual; myself; native; personal; personally; private; separate; with one's own hands
relativamente paradigmatic; personal; subjective comparative; comparatively; fair; fairly; moderately; paradigmatic; relative; relatively
relativo paradigmatic; personal; subjective comparative; fair; fairly; moderately; paradigmatic; relative; relatively
subjetivo paradigmatic; personal; subjective

Related Words for "subjective":


Synonyms for "subjective":


Antonyms for "subjective":


Related Definitions for "subjective":

  1. of a mental act performed entirely within the mind1
  2. taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias1
    • a subjective judgment1

Wiktionary Translations for subjective:

subjective
adjective
  1. based upon subjective feelings or intuition

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
subjective subjetivo subjectiefpersoonlijk
subjective subjetivo; subjetiva subjectif — philosophie|fr Tout ce qui est au-dedans du sujet pensant, tout ce qui est ce sujet même.

subject:

subject [the ~] noun

  1. the subject
    el sujeto
  2. the subject
    el súbdito
  3. the subject (theme; subject matter; principal theme; topic; item)
    el tema; el sujeto; la elaboración; el capítulo; el asunto; el entrenamiento; el tema principal; el tema estelar
  4. the subject (field of study)
    la especialización; la asignatura; la especialidad
  5. the subject
    – A category used to organize objects in the Knowledge Base. 2
    el tema
  6. the subject
    – In public key cryptography, an entity that requests or holds a certificate. A subject can be a user, a computer, or any other device capable of requesting or using a certificate. 2
    el firmante

to subject verb (subjects, subjected, subjecting)

  1. to subject (bring under control; bring to submission; tame; control; overpower)

Conjugations for subject:

present
  1. subject
  2. subject
  3. subjects
  4. subject
  5. subject
  6. subject
simple past
  1. subjected
  2. subjected
  3. subjected
  4. subjected
  5. subjected
  6. subjected
present perfect
  1. have subjected
  2. have subjected
  3. has subjected
  4. have subjected
  5. have subjected
  6. have subjected
past continuous
  1. was subjecting
  2. were subjecting
  3. was subjecting
  4. were subjecting
  5. were subjecting
  6. were subjecting
future
  1. shall subject
  2. will subject
  3. will subject
  4. shall subject
  5. will subject
  6. will subject
continuous present
  1. am subjecting
  2. are subjecting
  3. is subjecting
  4. are subjecting
  5. are subjecting
  6. are subjecting
subjunctive
  1. be subjected
  2. be subjected
  3. be subjected
  4. be subjected
  5. be subjected
  6. be subjected
diverse
  1. subject!
  2. let's subject!
  3. subjected
  4. subjecting
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for subject:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
asignatura field of study; subject craft; metier; métier; profession
asunto item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic affair; assignment; business; case; chapter; craft; issue; issues; matter; metier; métier; point of discussion; principal theme; problem; problematical case; problems; profession; question; statement; summary; task; topic
capítulo item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic chapter; column; episode; feature; heading; headline; heads; section
elaboración item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic action; brand; construction; creating; creation; education; fabrication; make; making; manufacture; manufacturing; new edition; operation; preparation; processing; producing; production; repairing; reprint; upbringing; working
entrenamiento item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic experience; practice; practise; routine; skill; training
especialidad field of study; subject discipline; science discipline; specialisation; specialism; specialization; specialty
especialización field of study; subject specialisation; specialization
firmante subject signatory; signer
someter subjugating
subyugar subjugating
sujeto item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic creation; creature; principal theme; topic
súbdito subject
tema item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic case; desktop theme; issue; lines; principal theme; question; script; text book; text-matter; theme; topic
tema estelar item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic
tema principal item; principal theme; subject; subject matter; theme; topic main subject; main theme
vencer elapsing; lapsing; passing
- bailiwick; case; content; depicted object; discipline; field; field of study; guinea pig; issue; lesson; matter; national; study; subject area; subject field; theme; topic
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
someter bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame bring to his knees; enslave; hand in; hand over; offer; present; subjugate
subyugar bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame dominate; enslave; predominate; prevail; subjugate
supeditar bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame
vencer bring to submission; bring under control; control; overpower; subject; tame age; break down; break off; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; come to an end; conclude; conquer; decide; decline; end; finish; finish off; gain the day; gain the victory; give way; go to pieces; master; overcome; regress; stop; terminate; waining; win; win over; wind up
- subjugate; submit
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- capable; dependant; dependent; open
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- school lesson
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- dependant; dependent
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
sujeto fastened

Related Words for "subject":


Synonyms for "subject":


Related Definitions for "subject":

  1. likely to be affected by something1
    • the bond is subject to taxation1
    • he is subject to fits of depression1
  2. being under the power or sovereignty of another or others1
    • subject peoples1
  3. possibly accepting or permitting1
    • the time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation1
  4. something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation1
    • a moving picture of a train is more dramatic than a still picture of the same subject1
  5. some situation or event that is thought about1
    • he had been thinking about the subject for several years1
  6. a branch of knowledge1
    • teachers should be well trained in their subject1
  7. (grammar) one of the two main constituents of a sentence; the grammatical constituent about which something is predicated1
  8. (logic) the first term of a proposition1
  9. the subject matter of a conversation or discussion1
    • he didn't want to discuss that subject1
  10. a person who owes allegiance to that nation1
    • a monarch has a duty to his subjects1
  11. a person who is subjected to experimental or other observational procedures; someone who is an object of investigation1
    • the subjects for this investigation were selected randomly1
  12. refer for judgment or consideration1
  13. make accountable for1
    • He did not want to subject himself to the judgments of his superiors1
  14. cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to1
    • He subjected me to his awful poetry1
    • The sergeant subjected the new recruits to many drills1
    • People in Chernobyl were subjected to radiation1
  15. make subservient; force to submit or subdue1
  16. A category used to organize objects in the Knowledge Base.2
  17. In public key cryptography, an entity that requests or holds a certificate. A subject can be a user, a computer, or any other device capable of requesting or using a certificate.2

Wiktionary Translations for subject:

subject
adjective
  1. likely to be affected by something
noun
  1. in grammar
  2. main topic
  3. particular area of study
  4. citizen in a monarchy
verb
  1. to cause to undergo

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
subject asignatura vak — schoolvak
subject sujeto onderwerp — zinsdeel waarnaar de persoonsvorm zich richt en dat bijv. de handelende persoon of zaak beschrijft
subject sujeto onderwerp — waar iets over gaat, een thema
subject materia; curso FachSchulwesen: kurz für ein Unterrichtsfach
subject ciudadano Staatsangehöriger — Person, die Bürger eines bestimmten Staates ist
subject sujeto SubjektSprachwissenschaft: Satzgegenstand; das Satzglied, über das im Prädikat eine Aussage gemacht wird und das mit dem Verb im Numerus Kongruenz.
subject cosa chose — Rappelle un mot, une idée, un évènement, ou une énumération dont on parle ou dont on vient de parler ou dont l’on va parler
subject objeto objetchose tangible et visible, concrète. Chose perceptible par la vue et le toucher. Chose, dans un sens indéterminé.



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