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subdue
səb'duː
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Correct by punishment or discipline.
  2. To put down by force or authority.
  3. Make subordinate, dependent, or subservient.
  4. Get on top of; deal with successfully.
  5. Hold within limits and control.
  6. Put down by force or intimidation.
Hyphenationsub•due
Part of Speech(动) verb
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服从fúcóngto obey (an order); to comply; to defer
压制yāzhìto suppress; to inhibit; to stifle
减弱jiǎnruòto weaken; to fall off
抑制yìzhìto inhibit; to keep down; to suppress
克制kèzhìto restrain; to control; restraint; self-control
收服shōufúto subdue; to force to capitulate; to reduce to submission; to soothe
降伏xiángfúto subdue; to vanquish; to tame
制服zhìfúto subdue; to check; to bring under control; (in former times) what one is allowed to wear depending on social status; uniform (army, party, school etc); livery (for company employees)
to subdue; to overthrow; to restrain; Ke (c. 2000 BC), seventh of the legendary Flame Emperors, 炎帝 descended from Shennong 神农 Farmer God
折服zhéfúto convince; to subdue; to be convinced; to be bowled over
征服zhēngfúto conquer; to subdue; to vanquish
to be able to; to subdue; to restrain; to overcome; gram; Tibetan unit of land area, about 6 ares
制伏zhìfúto overpower; to overwhelm; to subdue; to check; to control
镇住zhènzhùto dominate; to control; to subdue; to crush
xiángto surrender; to capitulate; to subdue; to tame
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