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adjective as in minus

adjective as in reduced

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AP exams taken by students who also took an IB or AICE exam in the same subject area were subtracted from the total.

What “subtracted ... 2.6 percent from growth” was reduced government spending, along with a slowdown in filling inventories.

Rather, it was different, in a way that added as much as it subtracted.

The second group is the third group with only four added, and the first group is the fourth group with only five subtracted.

He heard the arithmetic class reciting and learned that only things of the same denomination can be subtracted from each other.

The axiom, "Equals subtracted from equals leave equal differences," may be demonstrated from the two axioms in the text.

Each year for the past four, it has given a substantial surplus to be subtracted from the original investment.

This is obviously in conformity with the mathematical principle that equals subtracted from equals leave equal balances.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to subtracted, such as: less, negative, defective, diminished, from, and lacking.

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