Paying part of the cost of producing (something) to reduce prices for the buyer.
I am going to stop paying my taxes so that the government doesn't subsidize my money towards constructing highways, which would benefit one part of the population at the cost of another.
by ThE CoLLeGeBoArD October 13, 2018
a migrating band of homosexuals
that band is so subsided
by Vag Tastic February 6, 2008
when you throw subs at the side hoe on the gram
just threw a subside
by LARRRRRRR November 13, 2014
Original band name of The Offspring.

I'm rather disappointed no one else has defined this yet.
Manic Subsidal is the old name for The Offspring
by askjrhvaer May 7, 2006
verb (used without object), sub·sid·ed, sub·sid·ing. to sink to a low or lower level. to become quiet, less active, or less violent.
The laughter subsided. The laughter was subsiding.
by SandersonA150 September 16, 2020
benefit given by the government usually in the form of a cash payment or a tax reduction
by Freddddddddd January 10, 2017