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1subsample

transitive verb sub·sam·ple \ˈsəb-ˌsam-pəl, ˌsəb-ˈsam-\

Definition of SUBSAMPLE

:  to draw samples from (a previously selected group or population) :  sample a sample of
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First Known Use of SUBSAMPLE

circa 1899

Rhymes with SUBSAMPLE

2subsample

noun

Definition of SUBSAMPLE

:  a sample or specimen obtained by subsampling

First Known Use of SUBSAMPLE

circa 1899

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