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See definition of subbed on Dictionary.com
  • as inreplace
  • as insubstitute
  • as inpinch hit

synonyms for subbed

  • change
  • follow
  • oust
  • recover
  • reinstate
  • restore
  • succeed
  • supplant
  • supply
  • take over
  • take over from
  • alter
  • compensate
  • displace
  • mend
  • patch
  • reconstitute
  • recoup
  • redeem
  • redress
  • reestablish
  • refund
  • regain
  • reimburse
  • repay
  • restitute
  • retrieve
  • ring
  • shift
  • sub
  • substitute
  • supersede
  • back up
  • fill in
  • front for
  • give back
  • outplace
  • pinch hit for
  • put back
  • ring in
  • stand in (for)
  • stand in lieu of
  • step into shoes of
  • swap places
  • take out
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antonyms for subbed

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  • hold
  • keep
  • precede
  • break
  • damage
  • deprive
  • forfeit
  • lose
  • penalize
  • remain
  • take
  • worsen
  • leave alone
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    How to use subbed in a sentence

    Both were on the bench in the final minutes as Brooks let his subs finish the game.
    THE WIZARDS’ DEFENSE AGAIN LETS THEM DOWN IN LOSS AT HOME TO RAPTORSAVA WALLACEFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    In the tight environments of a ship or sub, wire makes more sense.
    THIS HUGE XEROX PRINTER CAN CREATE METAL PARTS FOR THE US NAVYROB VERGERFEBRUARY 4, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
    In a small kitchen and seating area, the market’s specialties are sub sandwiches, hand-dipped ice cream and hamburgers.
    WINNING $730 MILLION POWERBALL TICKET SOLD IN MARYLANDDANA HEDGPETHJANUARY 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
    A tighter meter will turn into more subs, even when the conversion rate takes a bit of a hit.
    ‘MORE IS MORE’: NEWS PUBLISHERS DIAL UP THE MARKETING HEAT ON THEIR SUBSCRIPTION PRODUCTSMAX WILLENSNOVEMBER 12, 2020DIGIDAY
    You just go through the list and so many of those positions, they may not be the same as a teacher, but to someone those are critical positions and are really hard to bring in a sub.
    ‘ONE MORE HUGELY DISRUPTIVE THING’: TEACHERS TO LEAVE MID-YEAR UNDER RETIREMENT DEALASHLY MCGLONENOVEMBER 5, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
    So when I went ashore with a couple of dollars I'd subbed from the skipper, I didn't want much to upset me.
    THE HARMSWORTH MAGAZINE, VOL. 1, 1898-1899, NO. 6VARIOUS
    Bustling off in search of Irma, Jerry accosted her with: Who subbed for me to-day at the nursery?
    MARJORIE DEAN HIGH SCHOOL SENIORPAULINE LESTER
    That day she was ill, Sue Mason subbed for her; and she probably would again.
    THE MYSTERY OF ARNOLD HALLHELEN M. PERSONS
    He subbed as ship's cook when things were slow in his specialty.
    CONTAMINATION CREWALAN EDWARD NOURSE
    Course, we was only gettin' our ten per cent., and from some we'd subbed out not even that.
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