# subpercentage

## Contents

## EnglishEdit

### EtymologyEdit

*sub-* + *percentage*

### AdjectiveEdit

**subpercentage** (*not comparable*)

- Of less than one percent
**2015**, C.-J. David Lin, Kenji Ogawa, Alberto Ramos, “The Yang-Mills gradient flow and SU(3) gauge theory with 12 massless fundamental fermions in a colour-twisted box”, in arXiv^{[1]}:- Our lattice data are prepared at high accuracy, such that the statistical error for the renormalised coupling, g_GF, is at the
**subpercentage**level.

- Our lattice data are prepared at high accuracy, such that the statistical error for the renormalised coupling, g_GF, is at the

### NounEdit

**subpercentage** (*plural* **subpercentages**)

- Part of a percentage; a percentage making up part of a large one.