subtract

When a number is taken away or remove from another number or group. Also can be the difference between two amounts or can be called minus. It is the opposite of adding.
Example: Take away 10 from 18 equals 8. (18 - 10 = 8) 5 minus 3 equals 2. (5 - 3 = 2)
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Subtract

• (v. t.) To withdraw, or take away, as a part from the whole; to deduct; as, subtract 5 from 9, and the remainder is 4.
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Subtract

Sub·tract' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Subtracted ; present participle & verbal noun Subtracting .] [ Latin subtractus , past participle of subtrahere to draw from beneath, withdraw, remove; sub un...
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subtract

[v] - make a subtraction
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