subordinate to senior.
Subordinate refers to something that is inferior in a hierarchy. When working, you are subordinate to your manager because he or she is higher in the organization than you.Belonging to another class
A subordinate is an employee, ranked below another employee in order of seniority or office hierarchy.
I think you can't have a subordinate independent clause. A subordinate clause is a clause which is dependant on another clause it can't stand alone as a sentence. An independent clause can stand alone as a sentence.
There isn't a difference between a subordinate clause and a subordinate clause.
The Captain is subordinate to a General in rank.Subordinate has a few meanings. It can mean below someone in status, e.g 'the peasant was subordinate to the King.'It has a similar meaning in that it can be used to describe someone who works for someone else, e.g 'the politician is subordinate to the Prime Minister.'Another use of subordinate is in 'subordinate clause,' which denotes a part of a sentence that adds to the main clause but cannot be used as a sentence in it's own right. For example, in the sentence 'The man rode quickly on his bike,' the subordinate clause would be 'on his bike,' because that is not a complete sentence.
I will do what you say since I am your subordinate. He was a private and subordinate to the captain.
elements are subordinate to the total effect and do not overshadow it.
A subordinate phrase is a clause that has a subject and a verb and a relative pronoun. It will also have a subordinate conduction.
A deputy is someone who is a subordinate. Powers or duties are "deputed" to a deputy by his or her superior.
How did it go with/for you (question) (or) ....how it went for/with you (subordinate statement)
A second mortgage has a subordinate interest to a first mortgage. The vice president is the president's subordinate. My desire for entertainment is subordinate to my need for food.
its a guy included in ur group or any other.
elements have an effect of their own and are not subordinate to the total effect
Elements have an effect of their own and are not subordinate to the total effect.
No... Subordinate conjunctions (i.e. if, because, although, while, when, et cetera) begin subordinate clauses, at least when those subordinate clauses function as adverbs...
Who are the subordinate groups that live in the U.S.?
Although there are many subordinate conjunctions, the most common are "and", "but", and "or". A subordinate conjunction connects a subordinate clause (a clause that cannot stand alone as a sentence) to a main clause (a complete sentence).
"After the bridge collapsed" is the subordinate clause. It begins with "after", a subordinate conjunction, and it cannot stand alone as a sentence. A subordinate clause is also called a dependent clause.
The general never looked at his subordinate officers when addressing them.
An ancillary is a subordinate or accessory, or something which serves a subordinate or accessorial function.
Subordinate conjunctions introduce a dependent (subordinate) clause.Examples of subordinate conjunctions:afterbecausesinceunless
there is no subordinate conjunction (because, after, therefore, even though, etc) so it is not a subordinate clause. if you look at it and it could be a complete sentence on it's own and make sense, it's not a subordinate clause.
Note that the word subordinate can be either an adjective or a verb. Here is an example of the use of this word as a verb. An soldier must be prepared to subordinate his own interets to those of his nation. And here as an adjective: The captain was subordinate to the general.