ssub, su, subb, suub, ub, zub
Sub — synonyms, definition
1. sub (Noun) N. Amer
Cuban sandwich Italian sandwich U-boat aide assistant bomber collateral double fill-in grinder helper hero hero sandwich hoagie hoagy inferior pigboat poor boy proxy stand-in • • •
sub (Noun) — A large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments); different names are used in different sections of the United States.
sub (Noun) — A submersible warship usually armed with torpedoes.
3 types of
Sandwich submersible submersible warship
attack submarine auxiliary research submarine fleet ballistic missile submarine nautilus nuclear submarine nuclear-powered submarine
Schnorkel asdic breather conning tower echo sounder escape hatch periscope schnorchel snorkel snorkel breather sonar
2. sub (Verb) N. Amer
deputise deputize exchange fill in interchange replace stand in step in
sub (Verb) — Be a substitute.
ex. "The young teacher had to sub for the sick colleague"
sub (Verb) — Put in the place of another; switch seemingly equivalent items.
sub (Verb) — Act or speak as a replacement (for someone or something).
10 types of
alter change exchange interchange modify replace supercede supersede supervene upon supplant
cover reduce retool shift subrogate truncate
3. sub (Prefix) N. Amer
sub (Prefix) — Under, lower, below, secondary, inferior.