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subjects

noun , plural of subject

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1 a major object of interest or concern (as in a discussion or artistic composition)
  • the subject of our discussion switched from who would be the next president to who was the greatest president in the nation's history
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2 a person who owes allegiance to a government and is protected by it
  • because of the tense situation in that country, British subjects were advised to return home as soon as possible
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3 something (as a belief) that serves as the basis for another thing
  • he has no subject to protest this time, but that's never stopped him before
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