verb (used with object), subdued, subduing.
to conquer and bring into subjection:
Rome subdued Gaul.
to overpower by superior force; overcome.
to bring under mental or emotional control, as by persuasion or intimidation; render submissive.
to repress (feelings, impulses, etc.).
to bring (land) under cultivation:
to subdue the wilderness.
to reduce the intensity, force, or vividness of (sound, light, color, etc.); tone down; soften.
to allay (inflammation, infection, etc.).
verb (transitive) -dues, -duing, -dued
to establish ascendancy over by force
to overcome and bring under control, as by intimidation or persuasion
to hold in check or repress (feelings, emotions, etc)
to render less intense or less conspicuous
adjective 1. of or relating to the dura mater. adjective 1. (anatomy) between the dura mater and the arachnoid: subdural haematoma adjective 1. relating to or affecting the dura mater subdural sub·dur·al (səb-dur’əl, -dyur’-) adj. Located or occurring beneath the dura mater.
- Subdural hemorrhage
subdural hemorrhage n. Extravasation of blood between the dural and arachnoidal membranes. Also called subdural hematoma.
- Subdural space
subdural space n. The narrow space between the dura mater and the arachnoid membrane.
adjective 1. pertaining to the production, distribution, and use of income, wealth, and commodities. 2. of or relating to the science of economics. 3. pertaining to an economy, or system of organization or operation, especially of the process of production. 4. involving or pertaining to one’s personal resources of money: to give up a large […]