1. The act of subjecting someone to something (their subjection to torture was unconscionable).
2. The condition of a subject in a monarchy; the obligations surrounding such a person (a subject, wherever residing, owes fidelity and obedience to the Crown, while an alien may be released at will from all such ties of subjection).
3. The condition of being subject, exposed, or liable; liability (the defendants’ subjection to the plaintiffs became clear shortly after the trial began). ¡ª Also termed (in sense 3) liability; susceptibility.
How to translate the legal term SUBJECTION in Chinese?
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