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tr.v. sub·ro·gat·ed, sub·ro·gat·ing, sub·ro·gates
To engage in the subrogation (of a person or entity).

[Middle English *subrogaten, from Latin subrogāre, subrogāt- : sub-, instead of; see sub- + rogāre, to ask; see reg- in Indo-European roots.]
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(Law) (tr) law to put (one person or thing) in the place of another in respect of a right or claim
[C16: from Latin subrogāre, from sub- in place of + rogāre to ask]
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(ˈsʌb rəˌgeɪt)

v.t. -gat•ed, -gat•ing.
to put into the place of another; substitute for another.
[1540–50; < Latin subrogātus, past participle of subrogāre to elect as a substitute =sub- sub- + rogāre to request; see -ate1]
sub`ro•ga′tion, n.
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Past participle: subrogated
Gerund: subrogating

I subrogate
you subrogate
he/she/it subrogates
we subrogate
you subrogate
they subrogate
I subrogated
you subrogated
he/she/it subrogated
we subrogated
you subrogated
they subrogated
Present Continuous
I am subrogating
you are subrogating
he/she/it is subrogating
we are subrogating
you are subrogating
they are subrogating
Present Perfect
I have subrogated
you have subrogated
he/she/it has subrogated
we have subrogated
you have subrogated
they have subrogated
Past Continuous
I was subrogating
you were subrogating
he/she/it was subrogating
we were subrogating
you were subrogating
they were subrogating
Past Perfect
I had subrogated
you had subrogated
he/she/it had subrogated
we had subrogated
you had subrogated
they had subrogated
I will subrogate
you will subrogate
he/she/it will subrogate
we will subrogate
you will subrogate
they will subrogate
Future Perfect
I will have subrogated
you will have subrogated
he/she/it will have subrogated
we will have subrogated
you will have subrogated
they will have subrogated
Future Continuous
I will be subrogating
you will be subrogating
he/she/it will be subrogating
we will be subrogating
you will be subrogating
they will be subrogating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been subrogating
you have been subrogating
he/she/it has been subrogating
we have been subrogating
you have been subrogating
they have been subrogating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been subrogating
you will have been subrogating
he/she/it will have been subrogating
we will have been subrogating
you will have been subrogating
they will have been subrogating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been subrogating
you had been subrogating
he/she/it had been subrogating
we had been subrogating
you had been subrogating
they had been subrogating
I would subrogate
you would subrogate
he/she/it would subrogate
we would subrogate
you would subrogate
they would subrogate
Past Conditional
I would have subrogated
you would have subrogated
he/she/it would have subrogated
we would have subrogated
you would have subrogated
they would have subrogated
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.subrogate - substitute one creditor for another, as in the case where an insurance company sues the person who caused an accident for the insured
interchange, substitute, replace, exchange - put in the place of another; switch seemingly equivalent items; "the con artist replaced the original with a fake Rembrandt"; "substitute regular milk with fat-free milk"; "synonyms can be interchanged without a changing the context's meaning"
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[ˈsʌbrəgɪt] ADJsubrogado, sustituido
subrogate languagelenguaje m subrogado
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So even though it's great to get a specialist on a certain type of claim, if they don't know how to subrogate or don't know the interplay of policies and which should be triggered, it becomes more of an effort on my part to educate the adjuster or the carrier.
According to Rosenlicht, his insurer initially indicated that it was going to pay the claim and subrogate against Rolls-Royce.
The mortgage company I am talking to tells me I must get my home-equity loan lender to subrogate their loan to my new mortgage.
If the State Farm insurance customer then settles the claim with the driver who caused the accident, an insurance company can't subrogate, or take back, that $5,000 without a court determination that the insured has been made whole, which means all of the insurer's personal injury claims have been paid, Pulliam said.
The magistrate judge said that if the sums paid by the Insurers had been properly documented, they also could subrogate to the claims of their insured aerospace clients.
In addition, the cover should be extended to include a waiver of subrogation clause in favour of the sub-contractors, whereby insurers will not subrogate their rights after indemnifying the insured contractors for loss, damage, or liability incurred and caused by negligent sub-contractors.
Subrogation opportunities: Spotting cases where liable parties might subrogate a claim to help recover claim expenses.
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In a case such as Springsteen's, if the promoter did have an enhanced policy that covered financial losses, the insurer may be able to subrogate against the artist for breach of contract.
Owner seeks to subrogate all damages unrelated to repairs, arguing that the subrogation waiver applies only to construction-related damages.
(166) As in all other forms of subrogation, "an insurer who has paid a loss to an insured [becomes] 'subrogated in a corresponding amount to the insured's right of action against any other person responsible for the loss.'" (167) Insurers or other providers of assistance and medical care to the victim may recover from the person responsible for the loss only to the extent that their contracts subrogate them to the victim's rights.