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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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subtotalsub‧to‧tal /ˈsʌbˌtəʊtl $ -ˌtoʊtl/ noun [countable]  BBTOTALthe total of a set of numbers, especially on a bill, that is added to other numbers, such as a tax, to form a complete total
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subtotalThe budget figures for the selected projects and the other resource-consuming activities are entered into the budget column and subtotals calculated.For just the cerebral cortex, the subtotal is about 30 billion.But even if the totals were constant across individuals, the subtotals would still vary between different parts of the cerebral cortex.the subtotal before sales tax is addedThe subtotal for parts was $23. With labor costs, the bill came to $36.This groups the estimated costs under appropriate headings with subtotals.
From Longman Business Dictionarysubtotalsub‧to‧tal /ˈsʌbˌtəʊtl-ˌtoʊtl/ noun [countable]ACCOUNTING the total of a set of numbers that is added to other numbers to form a complete totalWe have grouped the costs under appropriate headings with subtotals for each group.
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