subordinate

Predominant vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

predominant | subordinate |


As adjectives the difference between predominant and subordinate

is that predominant is predominant while subordinate is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As verbs the difference between predominant and subordinate

is that predominant is while subordinate is to make subservient.

As a noun subordinate is

(senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

Interior vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

interior | subordinate |


As adjectives the difference between interior and subordinate

is that interior is within any limits, enclosure, or substance; inside; internal; inner while subordinate is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As nouns the difference between interior and subordinate

is that interior is the inside of a building, container, cavern, or other enclosed structure while subordinate is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As a verb subordinate is

to make subservient.

Subordinate vs Retainer - What's the difference?

subordinate | retainer |


As nouns the difference between subordinate and retainer

is that subordinate is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate while retainer is a dependent or follower of someone of rank.

As an adjective subordinate

is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As a verb subordinate

is to make subservient.

Subtle vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

subtle | subordinate |


As adjectives the difference between subtle and subordinate

is that subtle is hard to grasp; not obvious or easily understood; barely noticeable while subordinate is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As a noun subordinate is

(senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As a verb subordinate is

to make subservient.

Pier vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

pier | subordinate |


As nouns the difference between pier and subordinate

is that pier is (lb) (l) (raised platform built from the shore out over water) while subordinate is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As an adjective subordinate is

placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As a verb subordinate is

to make subservient.

Subordinate vs Obey - What's the difference?

subordinate | obey |


In lang=en terms the difference between subordinate and obey

is that subordinate is to treat as of less value or importance while obey is to do as one is told.

As verbs the difference between subordinate and obey

is that subordinate is to make subservient while obey is to do as ordered by (a person, institution etc), to act according to the bidding of.

As an adjective subordinate

is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As a noun subordinate

is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

Minority vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

minority | subordinate |


As nouns the difference between minority and subordinate

is that minority is the state of being a minor; youth, the period of a person's life prior to reaching adulthood while subordinate is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As an adjective subordinate is

placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As a verb subordinate is

to make subservient.

Descendant vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

descendant | subordinate |


As adjectives the difference between descendant and subordinate

is that descendant is descending from a biological ancestor while subordinate is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As nouns the difference between descendant and subordinate

is that descendant is (literally) one who is the progeny of a specified person, at any distance of time or through any number of generations while subordinate is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As a verb subordinate is

to make subservient.

Preeminent vs Subordinate - What's the difference?

preeminent | subordinate |


As adjectives the difference between preeminent and subordinate

is that preeminent is pre-eminent while subordinate is placed in a lower class, rank, or position.

As a noun subordinate is

(senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As a verb subordinate is

to make subservient.

Subordinate vs Lower - What's the difference?

subordinate | lower |


In lang=en terms the difference between subordinate and lower

is that subordinate is to treat as of less value or importance while lower is to decrease in value, amount, etc.

As adjectives the difference between subordinate and lower

is that subordinate is placed in a lower class, rank, or position while lower is (low).

As verbs the difference between subordinate and lower

is that subordinate is to make subservient while lower is to let descend by its own weight, as something suspended; to let down or lower can be .

As a noun subordinate

is (senseid)(countable) one who is subordinate.

As an adverb lower is

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