Date: | 1500-1600 |

Language: | Latin |

Origin: | , past participle of subtrahere 'to pull from beneath, remove', from trahere 'to pull' |

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sub‧tract [transitive]

HM to take a number or an amount from a larger number or amount [↪ add, deduct, minus]

Definition of subtract from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English within

the topic NUMBERS

the topic NUMBERS

add
addition
bi-
billion
calculate
constant
D
demi-
division
eight
eleven
equal(a)
equal(v)
even
factor(n)
factor(v)
fifth
fig.
figure
five
four
fourth
gross
hundred
L
M
million
multiple
-nd
negative
nine
No.
nos.
number
O
one
pi
plot
point
positive
product
-rd
root
round
score
second
set
six
square(n)
square(v)
-st
sum
take
ten
thousand
three
tri-
twenty
twice
unit
V
X
zero

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