Synonym: deduct, discount, remove, take away, withdraw. Antonym: add. Similar words: tract, attract, extract, detract, retract, contract, distract, abstract. Meaning: [səb'trækt] v. make a subtraction.

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1. If you

*subtract*3 from 5, you get 2.2. If you

*subtract*30 from 45, you get 15.3. The children are learning to add and

*subtract*.4. Please

*subtract*a quarter of the money for your own use.5. The pupil could add and

*subtract*but hadn't learned to divide.6.

*Subtract*three from fifteen.7. Do not add unless you

*subtract*.8. Then

*subtract*the cost of the loan.9. Inhibition serves to

*subtract*one input from another.10. If you

*subtract*10 from 30, you get 20.11.

*Subtract*value of previous capital asset, ￡60,000.12. To account for the Fibre-Filler,

*subtract*200 from your daily calorie total and add 15g to your daily fibre total.13. She can not add or

*subtract*or multiply or divide even the simplest numbers in her head.14.

*Subtract*the total of those items in levels I and 2 from your monthly income.15. To get the clean price we

*subtract*the interest that has been accruing at the rate of d percent up to that day.16. To convert the temperature into Celsius,

*subtract*32, then multiply by 5 and divide by 9.17.

*Subtract*-20 as a penalty from any character whose player specifically states that his character is using Bluff or some similar skill.18. Add to or

*subtract*from this list according to the needs and activities of your particular organisation.19.

*Subtract*these calories from your total for the day and make up the rest from other meals.20. Yet the panel did not

*subtract*the substantial liabilities Simpson has incurred, including tax bills, attorneys fees and bank loans.21. When thinking about sustainable growth rates,

*subtract*at least 4 percentage points from current published figures.22.

*Subtract*your expenses from your income and you can see at a glance how much income is left to spend.23. In their first year at school, most children learn to add and

*subtract*.24. 54 minus9 Let me see.Borrow one ten and add it to four to get fourteen,then

*subtract*nine from fourteen,that's five.sentencedict.com/subtract.html25. Of course it would be meaningless to add and

*subtract*different units of measurement like pounds and dollars.26. Since then we have had cyclones, wars, floods, so many things to add and

*subtract*.27. The sums are open to anyone who can add or

*subtract*.28. It's quite easy to build the arch, however, if you are allowed to

*subtract*stones as well as add them.29. Your child needs to agree that you may add or

*subtract*to the list.30. If you are truly serious abut preparing your child for the future, don't teach him to

*subtract*teach him to deduct. Fran LebowitzMore similar words: tract, attract, extract, detract, retract, contract, distract, abstract, extracting, contractor, attractive, attraction, protracted, retractile, intractable, unattractive, distractedly, social contract, fraction, cataract, practice, fracture, interact, track, trace, practical, practiced, fractious, character, in practice.