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subject someone or something to something

to cause someone to endure someone or something. I didn't mean to subject you to Uncle Harry. I am sorry I have to subject you to all this questioning.
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subject to something

likely to have something, such as a physical disorder, The sick man was subject to dizzy spells. I am subject to frequent headaches.
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subject somebody/something to something

to cause someone or something to experience something How do you feel about subjecting people to random drug testing? My daughter's only three, but I've already subjected her to all sorts of music, from bebop to hip-hop.
Usage notes: often said about experiencing something unpleasant: The company's accounts were subjected to close investigation.
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subject to

v.
To cause someone to undergo or experience something: The commander subjected the troops to daily inspections. The oil platform was subjected to extreme weather.
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For example, the construction of a new cupola would be considered a new source and would be subject to this rule.
If the employer has not done that, any amounts that would be treated as income - along with the underlying deferral - are subject to FICA tax when paid.
Separation payments employees elected to receive voluntarily rather than stay in their current positions or accept reduced rates or hours were subject to FICA and RRTA.
The Commonwealth uses different nexus standards in determining whether a taxpayer is subject to a particular tax.
1298(a)(4), an option holder is considered to actually own the stock subject to the option.
shall act on his behalf and subject to his control,
subject to depreciation," even though it could not generate depreciation.
Under sections 274(n)(2)(A) and 274(e)(4), XYZ'S deductible M&E expenses for the Christmas party are not subject to the 50% limitation.
In making our recommendation, we also explained how the rule set forth in the temporary regulations may compel a taxpayer to make a yearly determination concerning whether certain foreign income was subject to the high-tax exception.
2) Both Rydex Variable Trust Absolute Return Strategies Fund and Rydex Variable Trust Hedged Equity Fund are subject to a number of risks and may not be suitable for all investors.
In general, anyone employed in Canada, carrying on business in Canada, earning pension or investment income in Canada or disposing of Canadian assets is subject to tax on such revenue.
Thus the embezzler would be required to report the restitution as a miscellaneous itemized deduction subject to the two-percent adjusted gross income exclusion in the year of the restitution.
Commissioner, (2) the Tax Court restricted the method's use by its interpretation of two of the eligibility requirements: (1) that the manufactured or constructed item be "unique" and (2) that the contract be subject to a risk that makes the costs and benefits impossible to determine with a high degree of certainty.
These statements are just predictions and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause the actual events or results to differ materially.
The wages are not taxable to the deceased employee, however, and, thus, not subject to Federal income tax withholding and not included in total wages (box 1) on Form W-2.