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TheNewRyubyss t1_jcyc0x1 wrote

not what subtext means.

>The implicit meaning of a text, often a literary one, or a speech or dialogue.


scooby1st t1_jcydccx wrote

Yes, it can also be literal

sub- word-forming element meaning "under, beneath; behind; from under; resulting from further division," from Latin preposition sub "under, below, beneath, at the foot of," also "close to, up to, towards;" of time, "within, during;"