subject

subject
['sʌbdʒɪkt]
n
1) тема, предмет разговора, вопрос, сюжет

The subject is not very well dealt with in his last book. — В его последней книге этот вопрос плохо освещен.

He is off the subject. — Он говорит не на тему.

The subject drifted away into another channel. — Тема разговора незаметно перешла в другую область.

- ridiculos subject
- interesting subject
- dellicate subject
- stock subjects
- examination subjects
- thesis subject
- key subject
- off-the-record subject
- suggestive subject
- subject picture
- subject of common interest
- hackneyed subjects of polities
- subject for congratulation
- subject of praise
- safe subject for conversation
- subject of the lecture
- subject of a book
- subjects of rural life
- subject of graduate study
- pictures of sacred subjects
- all conceivable subjects of interest to students
- no restriction as to subject
- approach the subject from a practical point of view
- avoid the subject
- bar the subject
- bring up the subject in the course of conversation
- broach the subject in the course of conversation
- change the subject
- choose a subject for discussion
- classify books by subjects
- classify the subjects you are interested in
- close the subject
- consider the next subjects
- cover the whole subject
- dismiss the subject summarily
- divert the subject into another channel
- drop the subject
- express one's opinion on the subject
- find information on the subject
- get to the main subject
- handle the subject in a masterly way
- have strong views on the subject
- introduce a sore subject
- keep to the subject
- lead smb on to the subject
- open the subject
- pursue the subject further
- return to our subject
- speak on the subject
- study the subject thoroughly
- take smb too far from the subject
- treat the subject at great length
- touch upon the subject
- turn the subject over in one's mind
- view the subject from different angles
- wander from the subject
- work on this subject
- every time the subject comes up
2) проблема, вопрос

We have different opinions (strong views) on the subject. — У нас разные мнения (твердые взгляды) по этому вопросу.

He has a different approach to the subject. — У него иной подход к данной проблеме.

- serious subject
- fundamental subject
- a delicate subject
- tender
- domestic subjects
- interesting subjects
- academic subjects
- controversial subjects
- subject under consideration
- smb's approach to the subject
- break up the subject into sections
- bring the conversation round to the subject
- deal with new subjects
- develop the subject
- discuss the subject in all its aspects
- go deep into the subject
- handle the subject delicately
- illustrate the subject with appropriate quotations
- investigate the subject
- keep off the subject
- know one's subject
- narrow down one's subject to two problems
- start the subject
- state the subject
- submit up the subject to the judgement of scholars
- survey the subject
- treat the subject technically
- view the subject from a practical point of view
- weigh the subject dispassionately
3) предмет, учебная дисциплина

What subjects are you studying? — Какие вы проходите предметы?

What subjects does he teach? — Какие он преподает предметы?

I'll have to read on the subject. — Мне надо готовиться к экзамену по этому предмету.

- difficult subjects
- school subjects
- liberal arts subjects
- secondary subjects
- smb's favourite subject at school
- subject of serious study
- subject of interest for students
- be taught as a separate subject
- fail in a subject
- learn the subject with ease
- master a subject
- pass a subject
- read on the subject
- take the subject seriously
- teach a subject
4) подданный (государства, короля)
- British subject
- subject of the crown
- subject to the king
5) грам. подлежащее
- Complex Subject
- impersonal subject
- subject of the sentence
- subject precedes the predicate in a regular sentence

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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  • Subject — Sub*ject , a. [OE. suget, OF. souzget, sougit (in which the first part is L. subtus below, fr. sub under), subgiet, subject, F. sujet, from L. subjectus lying under, subjected, p. p. of subjicere, subicere, to throw, lay, place, or bring under;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • subject — ► NOUN 1) a person or thing that is being discussed, studied, or dealt with. 2) a branch of knowledge studied or taught. 3) Grammar the word or words in a sentence that name who or what performs the action of the verb. 4) a member of a state… …   English terms dictionary

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