16 terms

Prefix (Sur and Sub)

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subdue
to bring under control
submerge
to put under water
subway
A passage way under ground
surcharge
an amount of money over and above what is really being paid
surge
a strong, wavelike, forward movement, rush or sweeping
Sur -
over, above, beyond
Sub -
under, below
subpoena
a document that is used to summon citizens into court to testify as a witness
subscription
a sum of money given or pledge as a contribution, payment or investment for a particular item or event.
surgeon
a doctor that performs an operation for medical reasons
surmise
to think or infer without certain or strong evidence; an idea or thought of something as being possible or likely.
surrogate
a person appointed to act for another; a substitute
surrealistic
a style of art of literature that was in the 20th century that modeled a "dreamy" type of mood
subsidize
to furnish or aid with a payment or purchase
subordinate
a person who is under someone else in rank or importance
subsequent
following in order, occurring or coming later