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sujeto / fastened
 
sujeto
A. -adjective
1. (=fijo)   fastened,   secure
·¿está sujeta la cuerda?
·is the rope fastened securely?,   is the rope secure?
·las ruedas van sujetas por cuatro tuercas
·the wheels are held on o secured by four nuts
·los espejos estaban sujetos a la pared
·the mirrors were fastened o fixed to the wall
2. (=pendiente)
·sujeto [a] algo
·subject to something
·vivimos sujetos a las vicisitudes del destino
·we are all subject to the vicissitudes of fate
·la programaciónoun podría estar sujeta a cambios
·the programme could be subject to changes
·una suma de dinero no sujeta a impuestos
·a non-taxable sum of money
B. -noun masculine
1. *
(=tipo)   character *
·un sujeto sospechoso
a suspicious(-looking) character *
2. (medicine, philosophy)   subject
·todos los sujetos estudiados
·all the subjects studied
3. (linguistics)   subject
4. (finance)
·sujeto pasivo   taxpayer
 
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