verb (used with object), sub·to·taled, sub·to·tal·ing or (especially British) sub·to·talled, sub·to·tal·ling.
verb (used without object), sub·to·taled, sub·to·tal·ing or (especially British) sub·to·talled, sub·to·tal·ling.
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Contemporary Examples of subtotal
SUBTOTAL: $500 million a year • Check out more stories, galleries, clips of New Moon.
SUBTOTAL: $101.5 million a year THE BOTTOM LINE: The gross vampire product is a blood-curdling $771.5 million annually.
Historical Examples of subtotal
Then in the majority of cases total or subtotal hysterectomy is performed.
These facts show that caution is necessary in accepting reports of cancer of the uterine stump after subtotal hysterectomy.
It is necessary to utter a caution in regard to the occurrence of cancer of the cervix after subtotal hysterectomy.
During pregnancy it is a straightforward operation, the subtotal operation being preferable.