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NOUN | a minus | minuses | |

SYNO | minus | negative | subtraction |

мат. minus {noun} | минус {м} |

Usage Examples English

**Minus**refers to the minus sign, a mathematical symbol.**Minus**by plus of minus, makes minus of minus.- The tests are performed in the following order: the largest
**minus**the smallest, the largest minus the second smallest, up to the largest minus the second largest; then the second largest minus the smallest, the second largest minus the second smallest, and so on, finishing with the second smallest minus the smallest. - Type 0 encodes positive or unsigned integers, with values up to 264&
**minus**;1. - It is a colorless solid that is stable below &
**minus**;20 °C.

- 8 mg kg&
**minus**;1 (10.8 μmol kg−1). In comparison, the LD50 of virol A is 28.0 mg kg−1 (109 μmol kg−1) and of isocicutoxin is 38.5 mg kg−1 (149 μmol kg−1). - The "2nd group of anions" consist of Cl&
**minus**;, Br−, I−, NO [...] and C [...] O [...]. The group reagent for Group 2 anion is concentrated sulfuric acid (H2SO4). - Total resources available = 100% &
**minus**; Resources remaining at 1st interruption + Resources remaining at 1st restart − Resources remaining at 2nd interruption + Resources remaining at 2nd restart − Resources remaining at 3rd interruption + Resources remaining at 3rd restart = 100% − 100% + 97.1% − 55.8% + 50.5% − 44.7% + 25.5% = 72.6%. - The original "Q" sequence is generalized by replacing ("n" &
**minus**; 1) and ("n" − 2) by ("n" − "r") and ("n" − "s"), respectively. - When "k" = &
**minus**;1, it expresses the fact that Euler characteristic of a ("d" − 1)-dimensional simplicial sphere is equal to 1 + (−1)"d" − 1.

- An example of "rs" &
**minus**; "r" − "s" + 1 points without such a path, showing that this bound is tight, can be formed by applying a small rotation to an ("r" − 1) by ("s" − 1) grid. - The Picos de Europa contain many of world's deepest caves, including Torca del Cerro (&
**minus**;1589 m), Sima de la Cornisa (−1507 m), Torca los Rebecos (−1255 m) and Pozo del Madejuno (−1252 m). - The NHL awarded the NHL Plus-
**Minus**Award each year to the player with the highest plus−minus statistic during the regular season from [...] to [...]. - ... "a" &
**minus**; "b" − "c") > 0.

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