Subbing Definition

Define what is Subbing?

1. subbing, substituting (noun)

working as a substitute for someone who is ill or on leave of absence.

    Synonyms: substituting
    Hypernyms

    work noun
    activity directed toward making or doing something.

    Nearby Terms

    subclass (noun)
    (biology) a taxonomic category below a class and above an order

    subclass Acnidosporidia (noun)
    a subclass of Sporozoa

    subclass Actinopoda (noun)
    heliozoans; radiolarians

    subclass Alismatidae (noun)
    one of four subclasses or superorders of Monocotyledones; comprises about 500 species in 14 families of aquatic and semiaquatic herbs

    subclass Amphineura (noun)
    a class of Gastropoda

    subclass Anapsida (noun)
    oldest known reptiles; turtles and extinct Permian forms

    subclass Archaeornithes (noun)
    primitive reptile-like fossil birds of the Jurassic or early Cretaceous

    subclass Archosauria (noun)
    a large subclass of diapsid reptiles including: crocodiles; alligators; dinosaurs; pterosaurs; plesiosaurs; ichthyosaurs; thecodonts

    subclass Arecidae (noun)
    one of four subclasses or superorder of Monocotyledones; comprises about 6400 species in 5 families of trees and shrubs and terrestrial herbs and a few free-floating aquatics including: Palmae; Araceae; Pandanaceae and Lemnaceae

    subclass Asteridae (noun)
    a group of mostly sympetalous herbs and some trees and shrubs mostly with 2 fused carpels; contains 43 families including Campanulales; Solanaceae; Scrophulariaceae; Labiatae; Verbenaceae; Rubiaceae; Compositae; sometimes classified as a superorder

    subclass Branchiopoda (noun)
    primitive aquatic mainly freshwater crustaceans: fairy shrimps; brine shrimps; tadpole shrimps; can shrimps; water fleas

    subclass Caryophyllidae (noun)
    a group of families of mostly flowers having basal or central placentation and trinucleate pollen (binucleate pollen is commoner in flowering plants); contains 14 families including: Caryophyllaceae (carnations and pinks); Aizoaceae; Amaranthaceae; Batidaceae; Chenopodiaceae; Cactaceae (order Opuntiales); Nyctaginaceae; Phytolaccaceae; corresponds approximately to order Caryophyllales; sometimes classified as a superorder

    subclass Cirripedia (noun)
    barnacles

    subclass Cnidosporidia (noun)
    single-host parasites of lower vertebrates and invertebrates

    subclass Commelinidae (noun)
    one of four subclasses or superorders of Monocotyledones; comprises about 19,000 species in 25 families of mostly terrestrial herbs especially of moist places including: Cyperaceae; Gramineae; Bromeliaceae; and Zingiberaceae