Bring under domination or control, especially by conquest: Make someone or something subordinate to.
Taken from the late Latin subjugat- brought under a yoke, from the verb subjugare, based on jugum yoke.
“Oppressors usually try to remove dignity when subjugating victims; the shaven heads of the prison camps did not hurt – they demeaned.”
“But on many issues they have been just as ready to subjugate human rights to their political interests.”
Manage to obtain (something, or information) by using persuasion or guile: Steal (something) in a violent robbery or raid.
With its origin coming from the French blaguer ‘tell lies’ this word is also used as a noun: An act of using persuasion or guile to obtain something: A violent robbery or raid.