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Translation of "minus" - English-Spanish dictionary

minus

preposition   /ˈmaɪ·nəs/
A2 used when the second of two numbers should be taken away from the first menos Five minus three is two.
without something sin She arrived at the meeting minus her briefcase.
adjective   /ˈmaɪ·nəs/
A minus number is less than zero. menos The temperature last night was minus ten.
(Definition of minus from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

minus

preposition /ˈmainəs/
used to show subtraction menos Ten minus two equals eight (10 – 2 = 8).
(Definition of minus from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “minus”
in Korean 빼기, -없이…
in Arabic ناقِص, بِدون…
in Malaysian tolak…
in French moins…
in Russian минус, без…
in Chinese (Traditional) 減(去), 沒有,缺少…
in Italian meno, senza…
in Turkish eksi, ...sız/siz…
in Polish minus, bez…
in Vietnamese trừ…
in Portuguese menos, sem…
in Thai ลบ…
in German minus…
in Catalan menys, sense…
in Japanese (数字)を引いた, ~なしで…
in Chinese (Simplified) 减(去), 没有,缺少…
in Indonesian dikurangi…
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