subjugated in Turkish
Passepartout, as if subjugated by Fix’s cool composure, followed the police inspector, and they sat down together on the forward deck of the steamer.
They subjugated the people with the promise of change.
A professional companion must subjugate his or her own needs in order to tailor the relationship to the client’s demands.
But I could not subjugate all of them; my friend was not at all like them either, he was, in fact, a rare exception.
She rides on a flatbed wagon pulled by several dozen of those she has subjugated.
This is a difficult responsibility to embrace. For human history has often been a record of nations and tribes subjugating one another to serve their own interests. Yet in this new age, such attitudes are self-defeating.
A bureaucratic dictatorship that wants to subjugate the Greeks and that also wants to call the shots in the Netherlands.
A subjugated Europe has never been willing or able to stand up to the aggressiveness of the victors at Yalta.
Europe as a collective must not subjugate itself to the Member States.
Everything else should be subjugated to it.
reduced to submission: defeated