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subordinate

adjective
 
 
/səˈbɔː.dɪ.nət/ US  /-ˈbɔːr-/
having a lower or less important position
從屬的,下級的;次要的
a subordinate role
配角
subordinate status
從屬地位
The individual's needs are subordinate to those of the group.
個人需求必須從屬於集體需求。
Position and status in groups and organizationsOf little or less importance
Translations of “subordinate”
in Korean 부차적인…
in Arabic تابِع…
in French subordonné (à)…
in Italian subalterno, secondario…
in Russian второстепенный…
in Turkish ast, ast rütbede olan…
in Polish podrzędny, podporządkowany…
in Spanish subordinado…
in Portuguese subalterno, subordinado…
in German untergeordnet…
in Catalan subordinat…
in Japanese 補佐的な, 下位の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 从属的,下级的, 次要的…
(Definition of subordinate adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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