[suh b-vur-siv] /səbˈvɜr sɪv/
[suh b-vur-zhuh-ner-ee, -shuh-] /səbˈvɜr ʒəˌnɛr i, -ʃə-/ (Show IPA). tending or intending to or overthrow, destroy, or undermine an established or existing system, especially a legally constituted government or a set of beliefs.
a person who adopts subversive principles or policies.
liable to subvert or overthrow a government, legally constituted institution, etc
a person engaged in subversive activities, etc
1640s, from Latin subvers-, past participle stem of subvertere (see subvert) + -ive. As a noun, attested from 1887.
[koun-ter-soo] /ˈkaʊn tərˌsu/ verb (used with object), countersued, countersuing. 1. to bring a civil action against (one’s complainant). verb (used without object), countersued, countersuing. 2. to bring a civil action against one’s complainant.
[verb, noun koun-ter-singk; verb koun-ter-singk] /verb, noun ˈkaʊn tərˌsɪŋk; verb ˌkaʊn tərˈsɪŋk/ verb (used with object), countersank, countersunk, countersinking. 1. to enlarge the upper part of (a cavity), especially by chamfering, to receive the cone-shaped head of a screw, bolt, etc. 2. to cause (the head of a screw, bolt, etc.) to into a prepared […]
[soot] /sut/ noun 1. a set of clothing, armor, or the like, intended for wear together. 2. a set of men’s garments of the same color and fabric, consisting of trousers, a jacket, and sometimes a vest. 3. a similarly matched set consisting of a skirt and jacket, and sometimes a topcoat or blouse, worn […]
noun 1. a medieval English table having a top divided into appropriately marked spaces for various denominations of money.