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1.
A tweet (message posted on the website Twitter) that mentions a Twitter member without using their actual username. Usually employed for negative or insulting tweets; the person you're mentioning won't see the subtweet in their Twitter timeline as it doesn't contain the @ symbol that every Twitter username has.
Someone wants to criticize a person with the username @JohnDoe on Twitter but without that person seeing the tweet in their Twitter timeline. Instead of tweeting "I think @JohnDoe is an idiot" they would subtweet "I think JohnDoe is an idiot" or "I think John Doe is an idiot". In each case the @ symbol is missing so the tweet would not appear in @JohnDoe 's Twitter timeline.
by Bookley December 15, 2012
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2.
It's the shortening of "subliminal tweet" which is directly referring to a particular person without mentioning their name or directly mentioning them and it basically indicates that the tweet in which the hashtag is used is a subliminal tweet.

Basically, it's talking about someone behind their back but sort of in their face on Twitter!
Man, I wish this girl would stop subtweeting about me and just say what she has to say directly. Triflin'!

I wish #oneofmyfollowers would stop #subtweeting and just come out with what he wants to say! Ugh!
by SubUrbanBruh August 09, 2010
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3.
Tweeting one thing when you mean another. A double entendre in 140 characters or less, usually an inside joke between friends on Twitter.

Also known as a Subaru
"I'm taking a dump, from the 8th Floor" a sub-tweet directed at @AlyKhanSatchu, who greets his followers from his 8th Floor office every weekday morning
by Mwirigi December 26, 2011
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