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减去 (jiǎn qù) is a verb phrase that means "minus" or "subtract" in English. It is commonly used in mathematical and numerical contexts to indicate the operation of taking away a certain quantity from another.
For example:
 5减去3等于2 (wǔ jiǎn qù sān děngyú èr)  5 minus 3 equals 2
 我们需要减去一些开销 (wǒmen xūyào jiǎn qù yīxiē kāixiāo)  We need to subtract some expenses.
In these sentences, 减去 (jiǎn qù) is used to indicate the subtraction operation and is followed by the quantity being subtracted.
Other related words that can be used with 减去 (jiǎn qù) include 加上 (jiā shàng) meaning "plus" and 乘以 (chéng yǐ) meaning "multiply by". These words are also commonly used in mathematical and numerical contexts.
For example:
 5加上3等于8 (wǔ jiā shàng sān děngyú bā)  5 plus 3 equals 8
 4乘以2等于8 (sì chéng yǐ èr děngyú bā)  4 multiplied by 2 equals 8
In summary, 减去 (jiǎn qù) is a useful verb phrase to indicate the operation of subtraction in Chinese. It is commonly used in mathematical and numerical contexts and can be paired with other related words such as 加上 (jiā shàng) and 乘以 (chéng yǐ).





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