subcontract

[ noun suhb-kon-trakt, suhb-kon-; verb suhb-kuh n-trakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF subcontract

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The subcontract was made with Sanderson, Sanderson got his own contract filed.

How would you go to work to defraud the Government by filing a subcontract?

I say you cannot fraudulently file a subcontract against the Government.

The subcontract of Vaile shows that Vaile was to receive one hundred per cent.

Another charge is that the subcontract made by Sanderson was filed September 18, 1878.

The second charge is of fraudulently filing a subcontract, an impossible offence.

The first charge is, that Stephen W. Dorsey fraudulently filed a subcontract.

When the subcontract was made, it was for the entire amount of the pay; not one dollar remained for the original contractor.

But if you ever make a contract with this Government and can make a subcontract at the same price you do it as quick as you can.

The next charge is that a subcontract was made for less than the original contract.

WORD ORIGIN

"contract for carrying out all or part of a previous contract," 1817, from sub- + contract (v.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUBCONTRACT

farm out

verbcontract out work
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