from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Less than total; incomplete.
- n. The total of part of a series of numbers.
- transitive v. To total part of (a series of numbers).
- intransitive v. To arrive at a subtotal.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The total for a part of a list of numbers being summed.
- v. To calculate a subtotal.
- adj. Less than total; partial.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the sum of part of a group of numbers
For convenience, we group the Fuel, Purchased Power, and Other Operation and Maintenance operating expenses reported by Edison and call the subtotal Cost of Goods Sold.
When surgery does not involve removing the cervix, it may be referred to as a subtotal hysterectomy ...
But what the reconciliation is there on four, the column that's called subtotal in the very center of the page will include the unrealized gain on insured derivatives, a $104.8 million.
"It's only later I see it's got this tricky kind of subtotal thing in it.
If the muffin is individually wrapped, then it is always taxable, unless you also buy another piece of prepared food or beverage and the subtotal is less than $4CDN .....
Removal of part of the pancreas (partial or subtotal pancreatectomy).
Re, "I'll check one of my old invoices but I'm sure they convert the metal price to canadian then add the additional fees below that subtotal in Can."
I'll check one of my old invoices but I'm sure they convert the metal price to canadian then add the additional fees below that subtotal in Can.
A lateral temporal bone resection or subtotal temporal bone resection may be necessary in order to remove the tumour completely.
The net amount grew in Louisiana, Alabama and Florida, but by the government's reckoning, cleanup efforts reduced the subtotal by nine miles in Mississippi.
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