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Subsidise

ˈsʌbsɪdʌɪz

Meanings of Subsidise:

verb

Support (an organization or activity) financially.

Usage examples:

The mining industry continues to be subsidized

Meanings of Subsidist:

noun

An advocate of a subsidy or subsidies.

Meanings of Subsidium:

noun

A thing (or occasionally a person) that provides support or assistance; a help, an aid. formerly also: †the provision of aid (obsolete).

Meanings of Subsidization:

noun

The act by a government, organization, or other group of paying part of the cost of something

Usage examples:

Some people oppose government subsidization of a baseball stadium., the institute has taken the pos…

Subsidize

ˈsʌb.sɪ.daɪz

Meanings of Subsidize:

verb

Support (an organization or activity) financially.

Usage examples:

The mining industry continues to be subsidized

Meanings of Subsidized:

adjective

(of an organization or activity) supported financially.

Usage examples:

A subsidized industry
verb

Support (an organization or activity) financially.

Usage examples:

The mining industry continues to be subsidized

Meanings of Subsidizer:

noun

A government, organization, or other group that pays part of the cost of something

Usage examples:

European countries are quite aggressive subsidizers of grain exports., he claims the banks act as s…

Subsidizes

ˈsʌb.sɪ.daɪz

Meanings of Subsidizes:

verb

Support (an organization or activity) financially.

Usage examples:

The mining industry continues to be subsidized

Subsidizing

ˈsʌb.sɪ.daɪz

Meanings of Subsidizing:

verb

Support (an organization or activity) financially.

Usage examples:

The mining industry continues to be subsidized

Subsidy

ˈsʌb.sɪ.di

Meanings of Subsidy:

noun

A sum of money granted by the state or a public body to help an industry or business keep the price of a commodity or service low.

Usage examples:

A farm subsidy

Meanings of Subsign:

noun

A subordinate or supplementary sign.

verb

In passive. with the name of the signatory as complement. historical in later use.

Meanings of Subsist:

verb

Maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal level.

Usage examples:

He subsisted on welfare and casual labour

Meanings of Subsisted:

verb

Maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal level.

Usage examples:

He subsisted on welfare and casual labour

Meanings of Subsistency:

noun

= "subsistence".

Meanings of Subsistent:

adjective

Having or providing the means of maintaining or supporting oneself, especially at a minimal level.

Usage examples:

Subsistent farming communities

Meanings of Subsistential:

adjective

Relating to or characterized by subsistence, especially to the divine subsistence or hypostasis.

Meanings of Subsisting:

verb

Maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal level.

Usage examples:

He subsisted on welfare and casual labour

Subsists

səbˈsɪst

Meanings of Subsists:

verb

Maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal level.

Usage examples:

He subsisted on welfare and casual labour

Meanings of Subsizar:

noun

At cambridge university: an undergraduate receiving financial assistance from his or her college and ranking below a sizar.

Meanings of Subsizarship:

noun

The position of a subsizar.

Meanings of Subsocial:

adjective

Existing outside or on the margins of mainstream society; designating or relating to a subordinate social class.

Meanings of Subsoil:

noun

The soil lying immediately under the surface soil.

Usage examples:

Wetland creation attempts are often initiated by the removal of upland surface soil materials expos…
verb

Plough (land) so as to cut into the subsoil.

Usage examples:

We subsoiled the land first, as it had become very compacted

Subsoiler

ˈsʌbsɔɪlə

Meanings of Subsoiler:

noun

A kind of plough with no mouldboard, used to loosen the soil at some depth below the surface without turning it over.

Usage examples:

Deep tillage can be performed with a subsoiler or other implement depending upon the depth of compa…

Subsoiling

ˈsʌbsɔɪl

Meanings of Subsoiling:

verb

Plough (land) so as to cut into the subsoil.

Usage examples:

We subsoiled the land first, as it had become very compacted
noun

The soil lying immediately under the surface soil.

Usage examples:

Wetland creation attempts are often initiated by the removal of upland surface soil materials expos…

Subsoils

ˈsʌbsɔɪl

Meanings of Subsoils:

noun

The soil lying immediately under the surface soil.

Usage examples:

Wetland creation attempts are often initiated by the removal of upland surface soil materials expos…
verb

Plough (land) so as to cut into the subsoil.

Usage examples:

We subsoiled the land first, as it had become very compacted

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