verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Example sentences from the Web for subcontract
Then they subcontract, and that makes the process even more complicated.Why HealthCare.gov, the Obamacare Website, Doesn’t Work|Andrew Romano|October 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Before that, in December 2011, it won a $691 million U.S. Navy subcontract for “combat and sonar systems” for submarines.Assad Supplier Finmeccanica Did Business With the Pentagon|Aram Roston|July 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They would subcontract the work to Afghans for paltry amounts and pocket the difference.
Subcontract, sub-kon′trakt, n. a contract subordinate to another contract, as for the subletting of work.
The subcontract was made with Sanderson, Sanderson got his own contract filed.
The subcontract of Vaile shows that Vaile was to receive one hundred per cent.
Another charge is that the subcontract made by Sanderson was filed September 18, 1878.
The second charge is of fraudulently filing a subcontract, an impossible offence.