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sub 1

 (sŭb)
n.
1. Nautical A submarine.
2. A submarine sandwich.

sub 2

 (sŭb) Informal
n.
A substitute.
v. subbed, sub·bing, subs
v.intr.
To act as a substitute: a graduate student subbing for the professor.
v.tr.
1. To put or use (a person or thing) as a substitute: The coach subbed fresh players toward the end of the game. The cook subbed oil for butter.
2. Usage Problem To replace; substitute: The player was subbed after she committed two errors. Sub the chicken with tofu to make the dish vegetarian. See Usage Note at substitute.

sub

(sʌb)
n
1. short for several words beginning with sub-. See subaltern, subeditor, submarine, subordinate, subscription, substandard, substitute, substratum6
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) informal Brit an advance payment of wages or salary. Formal term: subsistence allowance
vb, subs, subbing or subbed
3. (intr) to serve as a substitute
4. (intr) informal to act as a substitute (for)
5. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) informal Brit to grant or receive (an advance payment of wages or salary)
6. (Journalism & Publishing) (tr) informal short for subedit
7. (Photography) (tr) photog to apply a substratum to (a film or plate base)

SUB

abbreviation for
sport utility bike: a bicycle capable of carrying passengers or cargo

sub

(sʌb)

n., v. subbed, sub•bing. n.
1. a submarine.
2. a substitute.
3. a submarine sandwich.
4. a sublieutenant.
5. a subordinate.
6. a subaltern.
v.i.
7. to act as a substitute for another.
[1695–1705; by shortening of words prefixed with sub-]

sub-

1. a prefix, occurring orig. in loanwords from Latin, with the meanings “under,” “below,” “beneath” (subsoil; subway), “just outside of,” “near” (subalpine; subtropical), “less than,” “not quite” (subhuman; suboscine; subteen), “secondary,” “at a lower point in a hierarchy” (subcommittee; subplot).
2.
a. a prefix used in the names of chemical compounds that are bases.
b. a prefix used in the names of compounds in which an element is present in a relatively small proportion: suboxide.
For variants before following consonants in Latin loanwords, see su-, suc-, suf-, sug-, sum-, sup-, sur-2, sus-.
[< Latin, prefixal form of sub (preposition); akin to Greek hypó; see hypo-]

sub.

1. subordinated.
2. subscription.
3. substitute.
4. suburb.
5. suburban.
6. subway.

sub


Past participle: subbed
Gerund: subbing

Imperative
sub
sub
Present
I sub
you sub
he/she/it subs
we sub
you sub
they sub
Preterite
I subbed
you subbed
he/she/it subbed
we subbed
you subbed
they subbed
Present Continuous
I am subbing
you are subbing
he/she/it is subbing
we are subbing
you are subbing
they are subbing
Present Perfect
I have subbed
you have subbed
he/she/it has subbed
we have subbed
you have subbed
they have subbed
Past Continuous
I was subbing
you were subbing
he/she/it was subbing
we were subbing
you were subbing
they were subbing
Past Perfect
I had subbed
you had subbed
he/she/it had subbed
we had subbed
you had subbed
they had subbed
Future
I will sub
you will sub
he/she/it will sub
we will sub
you will sub
they will sub
Future Perfect
I will have subbed
you will have subbed
he/she/it will have subbed
we will have subbed
you will have subbed
they will have subbed
Future Continuous
I will be subbing
you will be subbing
he/she/it will be subbing
we will be subbing
you will be subbing
they will be subbing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been subbing
you have been subbing
he/she/it has been subbing
we have been subbing
you have been subbing
they have been subbing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been subbing
you will have been subbing
he/she/it will have been subbing
we will have been subbing
you will have been subbing
they will have been subbing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been subbing
you had been subbing
he/she/it had been subbing
we had been subbing
you had been subbing
they had been subbing
Conditional
I would sub
you would sub
he/she/it would sub
we would sub
you would sub
they would sub
Past Conditional
I would have subbed
you would have subbed
he/she/it would have subbed
we would have subbed
you would have subbed
they would have subbed

sub

(sab) noun
short for several words eg submarine, ~subscription etc. He's the commander of a sub; Several people still haven't paid their subs.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sub - a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments)sub - a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States
sandwich - two (or more) slices of bread with a filling between them
2.sub - a submersible warship usually armed with torpedoessub - a submersible warship usually armed with torpedoes
attack submarine - a military submarine designed and armed to attack enemy shipping
auxiliary research submarine - a submarine for research purposes
conning tower - a raised bridge on a submarine; often used for entering and exiting
escape hatch - hatchway that provides a means of escape in an emergency
fleet ballistic missile submarine - a submarine carrying ballistic missiles
nautilus, nuclear submarine, nuclear-powered submarine - a submarine that is propelled by nuclear power
periscope - an optical instrument that provides a view of an otherwise obstructed field
schnorchel, schnorkel, snorkel breather, breather, snorkel - air passage provided by a retractable device containing intake and exhaust pipes; permits a submarine to stay submerged for extended periods of time
asdic, echo sounder, sonar - a measuring instrument that sends out an acoustic pulse in water and measures distances in terms of the time for the echo of the pulse to return; "sonar is an acronym for sound navigation ranging"; "asdic is an acronym for antisubmarine detection investigation committee"
submersible warship, submersible - a warship designed to operate under water
Verb1.sub - be a substitute; "The young teacher had to substitute for the sick colleague"; "The skim milk substitutes for cream--we are on a strict diet"
exchange, interchange, change - give to, and receive from, one another; "Would you change places with me?"; "We have been exchanging letters for a year"

sub

noun
Informal. One that takes the place of another:
Informal: fill-in, pinch hitter.
verb
Informal. To act as a substitute:
Informal: pinch-hit.
Translations
která začínají sub-zkratka pro některá slova
kontingentundervandsbåd
undir-; neîan-; áskrift
ponorkapredplatné

sub

2 [sʌb] VI to sub for sbhacer las veces de algn

sub

3 [sʌb]
A. N (= advance on wages) → avance m, anticipo m
B. VTanticipar dinero a

sub

[ˈsʌb]
n
(SPORT) (= substitute) → remplaçant(e) m/f
(= submarine) → sous-marin m
(US) (= sandwich) sandwich dans un pain allongé subs
npl (British)cotisations fplsub- [ˈsʌb-] prefixsub, sous

sub

:
subaqua
adj attrunter Wasser; sub clubTaucherklub m
subaquatic
adjUnterwasser-
subarctic
adjsubarktisch
subatomic
adj particlesubatomar
subbasement
nKellergeschoss nt, → Kellergeschoß nt (Aus, Sw)
subcategory
nSubkategorie f, → Untergruppe f
subclass
subclassify
vtiunterteilen
subcommittee
subcompact
n (US Aut) → Kleinstwagen m
subconscious
adjunterbewusst
n the subdas Unterbewusstsein; in his subim Unterbewusstsein
subconsciously
advim Unterbewusstsein
subcontinent
nSubkontinent m
subcontract
vt(vertraglich) weitervergeben (→ to an +acc)
nNebenvertrag m, → Untervertrag m
subcontractor
nUnterkontrahent(in) m(f), → Subunternehmer(in) m(f)
subculture
nSubkultur f
subcutaneous
adjsubkutan
subdirectory
n (Comput) → Unterverzeichnis nt
subdivide
visich aufteilen
subdivision
n (= act)Unterteilung f; (= subgroup)Unterabteilung f
subdominant
nSubdominante f
adj sub chordSubdominantakkord m

sub

:
subedit
vti (esp Brit) → redigieren
subeditor
n (esp Brit) → Redakteur(in) m(f)
subentry
n (Book-keeping) → Nebenposten m
subfamily
n (esp Biol) → Unterfamilie f
subfolder
n (Comput) → untergeordneter Ordner
sub-frame
n (of car)Zwischenrahmen m, → Nebenrahmen m
subgrade
n (of road etc)Unterbau m
subhead (inf), subheading
nUntertitel m
subhuman
adj treatment, personunmenschlich; they were treated as if they were subsie wurden behandelt, als seien sie Untermenschen

sub

:
sublease
n (= contract, on farm etc) → Unterpachtvertrag m(on für); (on house etc) → Untermietvertrag m(on für); they have a sub on that housedas Haus ist an sie untervermietet worden
vt landunter- or weiterverpachten (→ to an +acc); houseunter- or weitervermieten (→ to an +acc); she has subd the flat from the tenantssie hat die Wohnung in Untermiete
sublessee
n (of house)Untermieter(in) m(f); (of land)Unterpächter(in) m(f)
sublessor
n (of house)Untervermieter(in) m(f); (of land)Unterverpächter(in) m(f)
sublet pret, ptp <sublet>
vt house, roomunter- or weitervermieten (→ to an +acc)
subletting
sublieutenant
n (esp Brit) → Leutnant mzur See

sub

:
subpolar
adjsubpolar
sub-postmaster/-postmistress
n (Brit) → Poststellenleiter(in) m(f)
sub-post office
n (Brit) → Poststelle f
sub rosa (form)
adjgeheim, sub rosa (geh)
advim Geheimen, sub rosa (geh)
subroutine
n (Comput) → Unterroutine f, → Unterprogramm nt

sub

:
subsoil
nUntergrund m
subsonic
adjUnterschall-; sub speedUnterschallgeschwindigkeit f
subspecies
nUnterart f, → Subspezies f
References in classic literature ?
Years were passed without murmuring, in the sub ordinate grades of the service; and those soldiers who were stationed in the colonies felt, when they obtained the command of a company, that they were entitled to receive the greatest deference from the peaceful occupants of the soil.
Half an hour later I was seated in the newspaper office with a huge tome in front of me, which had been opened at the article "Weissmann versus Darwin," with the sub heading, "Spirited Protest at Vienna.
I know more about this particular sub than the officer who commanded her.
It's good for the protection of the district, it's good for the protection of the sub, and more importantly it's good for the protection of the students," says Larry More, a retired principal who now teaches a three-day course for substitutes in Iris district, Hillsborough County (Fla.
It's data like this that have administrators in these districts concerned: With teachers out of the classroom (for any reason) at least 8 percent of the time per year, that adds up to an entire year of a student's K-12 education spent with a sub.
In this TAM, the Service reasoned that the transfer of all the Sub assets to the partnership in the merger gave rise to a deemed corresponding transfer of the partnership interest to Sub.
If the partnership was treated as a taxable association or the partnership elected to be treated as a corporation under the check-the-box regulations, the merger might not trigger the deferred intercompany gain related to the Sub stock under the current consolidated intercompany transaction regulations.
The chain will also provide delivery of their pizza and sub sandwiches.
Just as adding sub sandwiches will increase the lunch business of the more traditionally dinner oriented pizza restaurants, selected sub restaurants in the Jreck group will soon be adding Mountain Mike's pizza concepts to their sub sandwich fare to increase their dinner business.
i]/i [member of] I} is (i, j) semi open cover of A we can find U = {G(U)/U [member of] U} [union] {X - A} an (i,j) semi open cover of X, where G is such that U = G [intersection] A, which implies U' admits finite sub cover giving rise to the finite sub covers for U.
So the 2 x 2 simpler sub matrix which provides the optimal solution of the given game is
The newest addition to the growing number of non-traditional Miami Subs restaurants is operated by CA One Services Inc.