Translation of "sub" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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subnoun [ C ]

uk /sʌb/ us /sʌb/ informal

sub noun [ C ] (REPLACEMENT)

in sports, a player who is used for part of a game instead of another

用…代替,代之以
One of the players was injured during the match, so a sub was brought on. 比賽中一個隊員受傷,於是一個替補隊員頂上。
Synonym

sub noun [ C ] (SHIP)

a ship that can travel under water

潛艇
a nuclear sub 核子潛艇
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sub noun [ C ] (MONEY)

UK an amount of money that you pay regularly to be a member of an organization or club

訂閱費,訂購款;服務費;(俱樂部的)會費
Have you paid your tennis club sub yet? 你付了網球俱樂部的會費沒有?
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sub noun [ C ] (SANDWICH)

US a long, thin loaf of bread filled with meat or cheese, and often lettuce, tomatoes, etc

潛艇三明治
a meatball sub

subverb

uk /sʌb/ us /sʌb/ -bb- informal

[ I ] in sports, to play in a match in someone's place

替換(替換某人,特別是足球比賽中)
Travis subbed for the injured defender. 特拉維斯替換受傷的那個後衛。

sub-prefix

uk /sʌb-/ us /sʌb-/

sub- prefix (LESS THAN)

less than a number or level

在…下麵;低於
Winter weather brought sub-zero (= less than 0 degrees) temperatures to much of the country. 冬天國內許多地方的氣溫降到零度以下。
smart TVs in the sub-$1000 price range
the first man to run a sub-4 minute mile

sub- prefix (NOT QUITE)

almost or nearly

幾乎,近乎,差不多
subtropical 亞熱帶的 ; 副熱帶的

sub- prefix (SMALLER)

being a smaller part of a larger whole

次;分支
a subcontinent 次大陸
a subcommittee meeting 小組委員會會議
to subdivide 再分

sub- prefix (LESS IMPORTANT)

less important or lower in rank

次要的;下級的;從屬的
a sub-deacon
a subordinate 部屬

(Translation of “sub” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)