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Subject meaning in Urdu

Subject Sentences

Teachers should be well trained in their subject.
He didn`t want to discuss that subject.

Subject Synonyms

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Subject Definitions

1 of 10) Subject, Theme, Topic : موضوع : (noun) the subject matter of a conversation or discussion.

2 of 10) Subject : ذد میں لانا : (verb) cause to experience or suffer or make liable or vulnerable to.

He subjected me to his awful poetry.
The sergeant subjected the new recruits to many drills.+ More

3 of 10) Subject, Capable, Open : لائق : (satellite adjective) possibly accepting or permitting.

The time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation.

4 of 10) Subject : تابع کرنا : (verb) make accountable for.

He did not want to subject himself to the judgments of his superiors.

5 of 10) Subject, Dependent : ماتحت : (satellite adjective) being under the power or sovereignty of another or others.

Subject peoples.

7 of 10) Subject : زیر اثر : (satellite adjective) likely to be affected by something.

The bond is subject to taxation.
He is subject to fits of depression.

8 of 10) Subject, Issue, Matter, Topic : موضوع : (noun) some situation or event that is thought about.

He had been thinking about the subject for several years.

9 of 10) Subject, Submit : پیش کرنا : (verb) refer for judgment or consideration.

10 of 10) Subject, National : قوم کا فرد, ملک کا باشندہ : (noun) a person who owes allegiance to that nation.

A monarch has a duty to his subjects.

Useful Words


Sensationalism : حسیت پسندی , Characteristic : خصوصیت , Melancholiac : مالیخولیا میں مبتلا شخص , Unrestrained : بے قابو , Mortal : فانی , Unappealable : ناقابل مرافعہ , Changeable : غیر یقینی , Repayable : قابل واپسی , Unconditionally : شرائط کے بغیر , Involuntary : غیر ارادی , Propagandise : پراپیگنڈے کے زیر اثر لانا , Refract : منعطف ہونا , Conditionally : مشروط طور پر , Appointed : تقرراتی , Dutiable : قابل محصول , Chew Over : غور کرنا , Fluid : دگرگوں , Blackguard : مذاق اڑانا , Embark : نیا کام شروع کرنا , Come To Grips : نبرد آزما ہونا , Bacterise : جراثیم زدہ کرنا , Arbitrable : ثالثی کے قابل , Unsteady : ڈگمگاتا ہوا , Bookable : مختص کرنے کے لائق , Unrestricted : پابندیوں سے آزاد , Shock : بجلی کا کرنٹ لگنا , Liable : قابل , Common Land : عام استعمال کی چراہ گاہ , Collectable : قابل حصول , Commutable : قابل تبدیل , Journal : شمارہ

Useful Words Definitions


Sensationalism: subject matter that is calculated to excite and please vulgar tastes.

Characteristic: feature commonly denotes a standout or unique attribute, trait, or property of a subject or individual. It may also point to a particular component or facet within a broader context, like a landscape feature, a cinematic feature film, or a magazine feature article. Features often serve as noteworthy, meaningful, or defining characteristics in the subject under consideration.

Melancholiac: someone subject to melancholia.

Unrestrained: not subject to restraint.

Mortal: subject to death.

Unappealable: not subject to appeal.

Changeable: subject to change.

Repayable: subject to repayment.

Unconditionally: not subject to a condition.

Involuntary: not subject to the control of the will.

Propagandise: subject to propaganda.

Refract: subject to refraction.

Conditionally: subject to a condition.

Appointed: subject to appointment.

Dutiable: subject to import tax.

Chew Over: reflect deeply on a subject.

Fluid: subject to change; variable.

Blackguard: subject to laughter or ridicule.

Embark: set out on (an enterprise or subject of study).

Come To Grips: deal with (a problem or a subject).

Bacterise: subject to the action of bacteria.

Arbitrable: appropriate for or subject to settlement by arbitration.

Unsteady: subject to change or variation.

Bookable: subject to being reserved or booked.

Unrestricted: not subject to or subjected to restriction.

Shock: subject to electrical shocks.

Liable: subject to legal action.

Common Land: a pasture subject to common use.

Collectable: subject to or requiring payment especially as specified.

Commutable: subject to alteration or change.

Journal: a periodical dedicated to a particular subject.

Related Words


Individual : شخص , Communication Theory : مواصلات , Genealogy : علم الانساب , Bibliotics : کتاب شناسی , Science : سائنس , Keynote : بنیادی نکتہ , Country : قوم , Citizen : باشندہ , Compatriot : ہم وطن , Nationalist : قوم پرست , Affect : اثر انداز ہونا , Submit : فرماں بردار بن جانا , Affected : زیراثر , Susceptible : متاثر ہونے والا


Subject in Book Titles


Supposing the Subject.
Subjects, Expletives, and the EPP.
The Subject of Virtue: An Anthropology of Ethics and Freedom.
The Subject of DocumentaryDiscipline: A Play.

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