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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “subject”

subject

noun [C] (AREA OF STUDY)
学习领域
 
 
/ˈsʌb.dʒekt/
the thing which is being discussed, considered or studied
主题,话题;问题;题目
Our subject for discussion is homelessness.
我们讨论的话题是无家可归问题。
She has made a series of documentaries on the subject of family relationships.
她拍摄了一系列以家庭关系为题材的纪录片。
The guest lecturer took as her subject (= decided to speak about) 'punishment and imprisonment in modern society'.
特邀演讲人演讲的题目是“现代社会的刑罚与监禁”。
The number of planes flying over the town has been the subject of (= has caused) concern since last summer.
自去年夏天开始,从小镇上空飞过的飞机数量一直让人们忐忑不安。
Topics and areas of interest
an area of knowledge which is studied in school, college or university
学科;科目;专业
My favourite subjects at school were history and geography.
上学时我最喜欢的科目是历史和地理。
mainly UK Her subject (= special area of study) is low-temperature physics.
她的专业是低温物理学。
Subjects and disciplines
change the subject to start talking about a different subject
改变话题,换个话题
I'd tried to explain the situation, but he just changed the subject.
我想把情况解释清楚,他却岔开了话题。
Creating a distraction
(Definition of subject noun (AREA OF STUDY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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