[suh b-sid-ee-er-ee] /səbˈsɪd iˌɛr i/
serving to assist or supplement; auxiliary; supplementary.
subordinate or secondary:
of or relating to a subsidiary.
noun, plural subsidiaries.
a subsidiary thing or person.
Music. a subordinate theme or subject.
serving to aid or supplement; auxiliary
of lesser importance; subordinate in function
noun (pl) -aries
a person who or thing that is subsidiary
short for subsidiary company
1540s, from Middle French subsidiaire, from Latin subsidiarius “serving to assist or supplement,” from subsidium “help, aid” (see subsidy).
[suhb-stuh n-tiv] /ˈsʌb stən tɪv/ noun, Grammar. 1. a noun. 2. a pronoun or other word or phrase functioning or inflected like a noun. adjective 3. Grammar. 4. having independent existence; independent. 5. belonging to the real nature or essential part of a thing; essential. 6. real or actual. 7. of considerable amount or quantity. […]
[suh k-ses-iv] /səkˈsɛs ɪv/ adjective 1. following in order or in uninterrupted sequence; consecutive: three successive days. 2. following another in a regular sequence: the second successive day. 3. characterized by or involving . /səkˈsɛsɪv/ adjective 1. following another without interruption 2. of or involving succession: a successive process adj. early 15c., from Medieval Latin […]
[nuhn-suhch] /ˈnʌnˌsʌtʃ/ noun 1. a person or thing without equal; paragon. /ˈnʌnˌsʌtʃ/ noun 1. a variant spelling of nonesuch /ˈnʌnˌsʌtʃ/ noun 1. (archaic) a matchless person or thing; nonpareil 2. another name for black medick n. 1580s, nonesuch “unmatched or unrivaled thing,” from none + such. As a type of decorated 16c. or 17c. chest, […]
- Nonsuch palace
/ˈnʌnˌsʌtʃ/ noun 1. a former royal palace in Cuddington in London: built in 1538 for Henry VIII; later visited by Elizabeth I, James I, Charles I, and Charles II; demolished (1682–1702)