- 1 (inferior, secondary) [rank/position/officer] subordinado subordinate
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- Though corruption has been rampant among the subordinate ranks, senior officers, by and large, were not tainted by corruption.
- It is noteworthy that all the members of the court-martial, appointed by the convening officer, were subordinate in rank to him.
- Thus women are now in the workforce but in positions where they are subordinate to men and under their control.
- From this perspective, the function of good and/or evil in the morality play is important but subordinate to the role of protagonist/hero.
- Historically, the tradition has viewed the first and second foci as subordinate to the third.
- If, on the other hand, he is an act- or rule-utilitarian, he would seem to give character a role that is subordinate to reason.