meaning and examples of the Phrase

Subject something to something

pronunciation:
British (male):
American (female):
subject (someone/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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