Subtract from - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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subtract something from (something else)
to deduct or take away something from something else. Please subtract the cost of the meal from my fee. I demanded that they subtract the extra charge from my bill.
References in periodicals archive
Don't subtract from
the healthy benefits of running by increasing your risk for skin cancer.
Peculiar velocity can either add or subtract from
the expansion velocity.
the total of the IRD items the deductions from the gross estate for claims that represent the deductions and credits in respect of the decedent.
They add and subtract from
the portfolio as opportunities arise.
This current, a spurious signal generated even when no light falls on a detector, is common and usually easy to subtract from
a CCD image.