verb (used with object), subrogated, subrogating.
to put into the place of another; substitute for another.
Civil Law. to substitute (one person) for another with reference to a claim or right.
(law) the substitution of one person or thing for another, esp the placing of a surety who has paid the debt in the place of the creditor, entitling him to payment from the original debtor
(transitive) (law) to put (one person or thing) in the place of another in respect of a right or claim
adverb 1. confidentially; secretly; privately. adverb 1. in secret
adjective 1. somewhat round or rounded.
noun, Computers. 1. an instruction sequence in a machine or assembly language program that can be prewritten and referred to as often as needed. Compare procedure (def 4a). noun 1. a section of a computer program that is stored only once but can be used when required at several different points in the program, thus […]
noun 1. a principle or regulation governing conduct, action, procedure, arrangement, etc.: the rules of chess. 2. the code of regulations observed by a religious order or congregation: the Franciscan rule. 3. the customary or normal circumstance, occurrence, manner, practice, quality, etc.: the rule rather than the exception. 4. control, government, or dominion: under the […]