subtotal

[suhb-toht-l, suhb-toht-]
noun
1.
the sum or total of a part of a group or column of figures, as in an accounting statement.
adjective
2.
somewhat less than complete; not total: subtotal commitment.
verb (used with object), subtotaled, subtotaling or (especially British) subtotalled, subtotalling.
3.
to determine a subtotal for, as figures.
verb (used without object), subtotaled, subtotaling or (especially British) subtotalled, subtotalling.
4.
to determine a subtotal.

Origin:
1905–10; sub- + total

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subtotal (sʌbˈtəʊtəl, ˈsʌbˌtəʊtəl)
 
n
1.  the total made up by a column of figures, etc, forming part of the total made up by a larger column or group
 
vb , -tals, -talling, -talled, -tals, -taling, -taled
2.  to establish or work out a subtotal for (a column, group, etc)

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Word Origin & History

subtotal
1906, from sub- + total (n.). The verb is attested from 1936.
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Example sentences
Subtotal or partial thyroidectomy removes part of the thyroid gland.
Once selected you will see the discount amount displayed in the itinerary subtotal on the right side of the flights page.
Calculate each subtotal according to the format of the expense report.
Most common procedure for the resection of gastric cancers located in middle or lower stomach is distal subtotal gastrectomy.
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