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subtract

verb   /səbˈtrækt/
to take one number away from another number restar You need to subtract 25 percent from the final figure.
(Definition of subtract from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

subtract

verb /səbˈtrӕkt/
to take one number or quantity from another sustraer, restar If you subtract 5 from 8, 3 is left In their first year at school, most children learn to add and subtract.
subtraction /-ʃən/ noun
sustracción, resta
(Definition of subtract from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “subtract”
in Korean 빼다…
in Arabic يَطْرَح…
in Malaysian tolak…
in French soustraire…
in Russian вычитать (в математике)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 減,減去…
in Italian sottrarre…
in Turkish çıkarmak, çıkarma yapmak…
in Polish odejmować…
in Vietnamese trừ…
in Portuguese subtrair…
in Thai คำนวณด้วยการลบ…
in German subtrahieren…
in Catalan restar…
in Japanese (数を)差し引く, 引き算をする…
in Chinese (Simplified) 减,减去…
in Indonesian mengurangi…
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