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tangible tangible
/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /

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  • subsequent subsequent  /ˈsəb sə kwənt/ ?  following in time or order

    subsequent meaning(s) 

    • (adj) following in time or order

    subsequent usage(s)

    1. But those same contracts turned out to be at the heart of AIG's downfall and subsequent taxpayer rescue.
    2. And Clinton and Reagan, who dropped below majority approval faster than most other presidents, easily won second terms in the subsequent election.
  • subsequently subsequently  /ˈsəb sə kwənt li/ ?  happening at a time subsequent to a reference time
  • subsequentness subsequentness  following in time
  • subserve subserve  /səb ˈsɜrv/ ?  be helpful or useful
  • subservience subservience  /səb ˈsɜr vi əns/ ?  the condition of being something that is useful in reaching…
  • subservient subservient  /səb ˈsɜr vi ənt/ ?  compliant and obedient to authority
  • subserviently subserviently  in an obsequious manner
  • subservientness subservientness  in a subservient state
  • subset subset  /ˈsəb ˌsɛt/ ?  a set whose members are members of another set; a set contained within another…
  • subshrub subshrub  low-growing woody shrub or perennial with woody base
  • subside subside  /səb ˈsaɪd/ ?  wear off or die down
  • subsidence subsidence  /səb ˈsaɪ dəns/ ?  an abatement in intensity or degree (as in the manifestations…
  • subsidiarity subsidiarity  secondary importance
  • subsidiary subsidiary  /səb ˈsɪ di ˌɛ ri/ ?  an assistant subject to the authority or control of another
  • subsidiary company subsidiary company  a company that is completely controlled by another company
  • subsidiary ledger subsidiary ledger  details of an account supporting the amount stated in the general…
  • subsiding subsiding  /səb ˈsaɪ dɪŋ/ ?  a gradual sinking to a lower level
  • subsidisation subsidisation  money (or other benefits) obtained as a subsidy
  • subsidise subsidise  secure the assistance of by granting a subsidy, as of nations or military forces
  • subsidised subsidised  having partial financial support from public funds
  • subsidiser subsidiser  someone who assists or supports by giving a subsidy
  • subsidization subsidization  /ˌsəb sɪ dɪ ˈzeɪ ʃən/ ?  money (or other benefits) obtained as a subsidy
  • subsidize subsidize  /ˈsəb sɪ ˌdaɪz/ ?  support through subsidies
  • subsidized subsidized  /ˈsəb sɪ ˌdaɪzd/ ?  having partial financial support from public funds
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