**Meaning:** to take away from a number, measurement, or quantity

## Subtract Verb Forms V1 V2 V3 V4 V5

Base Form/Infinitive (V1): |
Subtract |

Past Tense (V2): |
Subtracted |

Past Participle Form (V3): |
Subtracted |

Present Participle/Gerund (V4): |
Subtracting |

3rd Person Singular (V5): |
Subtracts |

## Subtract Past Tense:

Past Tense of **Subtract** is **Subtracted**.

**Example: **Sarah subtracted the cost.

## Subtract Past Participle:

Past Participle Form of **Subtract** is **Subtracted**.

**Example: **Sarah has subtracted the cost.

## Subtract Present Participle:

Present Participle Form of **Subtract** is **Subtracting**.

**Example: **Sarah is subtracting the cost.

## Subtract 3rd Person Singular:

3rd Person Singular of **Subtract** is **Subtracts**.

**Example: **Sarah subtracts the cost.

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## Subtract Conjugation

### Indefinite / Simple Present Tense

- I subtract the cost.
- We/You/They subtract the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam subtracts the cost.

### Present Continuous Tense

- I am subtracting the cost.
- We/You/They are subtracting the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam is subtracting the cost.

### Present Perfect Tense

- I have subtracted the cost.
- We/You/They have subtracted the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam has subtracted the cost.

### Present Perfect Continuous Tense

- I have been subtracting the cost.
- We/You/They have been subtracting the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam has been subtracting the cost.

### Indefinite / Simple Past Tense

- I subtracted the cost.
- We/You/They subtracted the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam subtracted the cost.

### Past Continuous Tense

- I was subtracting the cost.
- We/You/They were subtracting the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam was subtracting the cost.

### Past Perfect Tense

- I had subtracted the cost.
- We/You/They had subtracted the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam had subtracted the cost.

### Past Perfect Continuous Tense

- I had been subtracting the cost.
- We/You/They had been subtracting the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam had been subtracting the cost.

### Indefinite / Simple Future Tense

- I will subtract the cost.
- We/You/They will subtract the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam will subtract the cost.

### Future Continuous Tense

- I will be subtracting the cost.
- We/You/They will be subtracting the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam will be subtracting the cost.

### Future Perfect Tense

- I will have subtracted the cost.
- We/You/They will have subtracted the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam will have subtracted the cost.

### Future Perfect Continuous Tense

- I will have been subtracting the cost.
- We/You/They will have been subtracting the cost.
- He/She/It/Adam will have been subtracting the cost.

## Past Tense of Subtract Phrasal Verbs

Subtract Phrasal Verbs |
Past Tense |

Subtract from | Subtracted from |

Subtract out | Subtracted out |

Subtract up | Subtracted up |

Subtract off | Subtracted off |

Subtract away | Subtracted away |

Subtract down | Subtracted down |

Subtract through | Subtracted through |

Subtract back | Subtracted back |

Subtract with | Subtracted with |

Subtract over | Subtracted over |

## FAQS

### What is the Future Tense of Subtract?

Future Tense of subtract is “**will subtract”**.

### What is the Present Tense of Subtract?

Present Tense of subtract is “**subtract + s/es or ing”**.

I/we/you/they | subtract |

He/she/it/singular name | subtracts |

Present participle | subtracting |

### What is the Past Perfect Tense of Subtract?

Past perfect tense of take is “**had** **subtracted**”.

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