subpercentage
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EnglishEdit
EtymologyEdit
sub + percentage
AdjectiveEdit
subpercentage (not comparable)
 Of less than one percent

2015, C.J. David Lin, Kenji Ogawa, Alberto Ramos, “The YangMills gradient flow and SU(3) gauge theory with 12 massless fundamental fermions in a colourtwisted 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.

NounEdit
subpercentage (plural subpercentages)
 Part of a percentage; a percentage making up part of a large one.