subtract from

subtract from
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Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • subtract — v. (D; tr.) to subtract from (to subtract five from ten) * * * [səb trækt] (D; tr.) to subtract from (to subtract five from ten) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • subtract — verb (T) to take a number or an amount from something larger: subtract sth from sth: If you subtract from you get . compare add (2), deduct, minus 1 (1) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • subtract — sub‧tract [səbˈtrækt] verb [transitive] to take a number or an amount from something larger: subtract something from something • Subtract 34% corporate tax from the total. * * * subtract UK US /səbˈtrækt/ verb [T] ► to take a number or amount… …   Financial and business terms

  • Subtract a square — (also referred to as take a square) is a two player mathematical game of strategy starting with a positive integer and both players taking turns subtracting a non zero square number not larger than the current value. The game is usually played as …   Wikipedia

  • Subtract — Sub*tract , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Subtracted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Subtracting}.] [L. subtractus, p. p. of subtrahere to draw from beneath, withdraw, remove; sub under + trahere to draw. See {Trace}, v. t., and cf. {Substract}.] To withdraw, or take… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • subtract — [səb trakt′] vt., vi. [< L subtractus, pp. of subtrahere, to draw away underneath, subtract < sub ,SUB + trahere, to DRAW] 1. to take away (a part from a whole) 2. to take away or deduct (one number or quantity from another) subtracter n …   English World dictionary

  • subtract — 1540s, from L. subtractus, pp. of subtrahere (see SUBTRACTION (Cf. subtraction)). Related: Subtracted; subtracting. Earlier verb form was subtraien (early 15c.). Here he teches þe Craft how þou schalt know, whan þou hast subtrayd, wheþer þou hast …   Etymology dictionary

  • subtract — [v] take away decrease, deduct, detract, diminish, discount, draw back, knock off, remove, take, take from, take off, take out, withdraw, withhold; concepts 211,764 Ant. add …   New thesaurus

  • subtract — ► VERB ▪ take away (a number or amount) from another to calculate the difference. DERIVATIVES subtraction noun subtractive adjective. ORIGIN Latin subtrahere draw away …   English terms dictionary

  • from — W1S1 [frəm strong frɔm $ frəm strong frʌm, fra:m] prep ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(where somebody/something starts)¦ 2¦(distance away)¦ 3¦(when something starts)¦ 4¦(original condition)¦ 5 from place to place/house to house etc 6 from day to day/from minute to… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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