subentry


Related to subentry: incurrence, nonplus

sub·en·try

 (sŭb′ĕn′trē)
n. pl. sub·en·tries
An entry, such as one in an account or reference work, that is included within a main entry.

subentry

n, pl -entries
(Accounting & Book-keeping) a secondary entry listed under or as part of a main entry
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Within DOE's Office of Science R&D, about only half of the subentry for Biological and Environmental R&D, $0,625 billion (not listed in table 2), is climate-relevant research.
Sinoref's key products include Subentry Nozzles, Stoppers, Tundish Nozzles and Ladle Shrouds and which are highly consumable in nature.
Of course, Gosnell did not suggest that DA or any other dictionary include a subentry for coke to accompany that for the trademark.
The subentry "Nestorianism in China" (596) is repeated word for word in the next entry, "Nestorian Church, China.
Ideally, context and dictionary are used in a back-and-forth way to achieve the ultimate goal of the look-up process, that is, "to understand the meaning information given in the chosen subentry, and somehow to combine this with the meaning of the text where the unknown was met" (Scholfield 1999: 28).
Albert Rabil, 1988), and accompanied by his subentry on "The Origins of Humanism" in the Encyclopedia of the Renaissance (1999; vol.