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sub·to·tal

 (sŭb-tōt′l)
adj.
Less than total; incomplete.
n. (sŭb′tōt′l)
The total of part of a series of numbers.
v. (sŭb′tōt′l) sub·to·taled, sub·to·tal·ing, sub·to·tals also sub·to·talled or sub·to·tal·ling
v.tr.
To total part of (a series of numbers).
v.intr.
To arrive at a subtotal.
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subtotal

(sʌbˈtəʊtəl; ˈsʌbˌtəʊtəl)
n
(Mathematics) 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 or -talled, -tals, -taling or -taled
(Mathematics) to establish or work out a subtotal for (a column, group, etc)
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sub•to•tal

(ˈsʌbˌtoʊt l, sʌbˈtoʊt-)

n., v. -taled, -tal•ing (esp. Brit.) -talled, -tal•ling. n.
1. the sum or total of a part of a group or column of figures, as in an accounting statement.
v.t.
2. to determine a subtotal for.
v.i.
3. to determine a subtotal.
[1905–10]
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subtotal


Past participle: subtotalled
Gerund: subtotalling

Imperative
subtotal
subtotal
Present
I subtotal
you subtotal
he/she/it subtotals
we subtotal
you subtotal
they subtotal
Preterite
I subtotalled
you subtotalled
he/she/it subtotalled
we subtotalled
you subtotalled
they subtotalled
Present Continuous
I am subtotalling
you are subtotalling
he/she/it is subtotalling
we are subtotalling
you are subtotalling
they are subtotalling
Present Perfect
I have subtotalled
you have subtotalled
he/she/it has subtotalled
we have subtotalled
you have subtotalled
they have subtotalled
Past Continuous
I was subtotalling
you were subtotalling
he/she/it was subtotalling
we were subtotalling
you were subtotalling
they were subtotalling
Past Perfect
I had subtotalled
you had subtotalled
he/she/it had subtotalled
we had subtotalled
you had subtotalled
they had subtotalled
Future
I will subtotal
you will subtotal
he/she/it will subtotal
we will subtotal
you will subtotal
they will subtotal
Future Perfect
I will have subtotalled
you will have subtotalled
he/she/it will have subtotalled
we will have subtotalled
you will have subtotalled
they will have subtotalled
Future Continuous
I will be subtotalling
you will be subtotalling
he/she/it will be subtotalling
we will be subtotalling
you will be subtotalling
they will be subtotalling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been subtotalling
you have been subtotalling
he/she/it has been subtotalling
we have been subtotalling
you have been subtotalling
they have been subtotalling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been subtotalling
you will have been subtotalling
he/she/it will have been subtotalling
we will have been subtotalling
you will have been subtotalling
they will have been subtotalling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been subtotalling
you had been subtotalling
he/she/it had been subtotalling
we had been subtotalling
you had been subtotalling
they had been subtotalling
Conditional
I would subtotal
you would subtotal
he/she/it would subtotal
we would subtotal
you would subtotal
they would subtotal
Past Conditional
I would have subtotalled
you would have subtotalled
he/she/it would have subtotalled
we would have subtotalled
you would have subtotalled
they would have subtotalled
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.subtotal - the sum of part of a group of numbers
sum, total, amount - a quantity obtained by the addition of a group of numbers
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Translations

subtotal

[ˈsʌbˌtəʊtl]
A. Nsubtotal m
to do a subtotal (of)calcular el subtotal (de)
B. VTcalcular el subtotal de
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subtotal

[ˈsʌbtəʊtəl] nsous-total m
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subtotal

nZwischen- or Teilsumme f
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subtotal

[ˌsʌbˈtəʊtl] ntotale m parziale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

subtotal

adj subtotal
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Diane already knew how to use the Subtotals command, as Subtotals were applied to the data set.
As a result, Excel not only subtotals all data by employee, but it also creates groups and inserts outline levels automatically for your entire data range, as pictured below.
Pay attention to all the subtotals, too--they contain lots of data useful for short-term forecasting and provide a basis for year-over-year comparisons.
Once we complete the evaluation of a bank, we list its category subtotals on a summary sheet, along with the subtotals for all the banks we have evaluated.
To get a clearer sense of the cost elements that are assigned to a typical COGs ratio, we also asked respondents to supply subtotals for their COGs expenditures.
At a recent IMA[R] chapter seminar, an audience member had thousands of rows of data that needed subtotals. But instead of bolding the subtotals and adding a single accounting underline, she wanted to shift the subtotal to the right so it appeared in the blank column to the right of the data.
Creating month and region subtotals requires the use of relative references.
Since a simple Access report can show line item details, subtotals, and a grand total, it's helpful to map out the final re-port to get an understanding of where this happens on the Cash Budget report.
Few, however, use an even more powerful related function, Subtotals, which--in addition to simple adding--counts, multiplies, calculates an average selects the maximum or minimum of a set of numbers and calculates standard deviation or variance from the mean,
The Subtotal command in Excel allows you to quickly add subtotals to a data set.
A typical use for the feature would be setting up rows containing monthly sales by salesperson (broken down by product, sales territory and sales region) and columns containing monthly amounts with subtotals by quarter and an annual total.
I recently flew to Toronto to tape some guest appearances on Leo Laporte's "Call for Help" television show, where I demonstrated what many would consider to be a fairly mundane task: adding subtotals in Excel.