Definition of subgroup
1 : a subordinate group whose members usually share some common differential quality
2 : a subset of a mathematical group that is itself a group
Recent Examples of subgroup from the Web
According to Kaspersky, the Lazarus Group now has its own cybercrime subgroup, dubbed BlueNoroff, to help finance its operations through attacks on banks, casinos, financial institutions and traders.
Clinton loyalists are mad at Sanders supporters (and adjacent subgroups) for damaging the eventual nominee during an unexpectedly competitive primary.
For results based on subgroups, the margin of sampling error may be higher.
The enrollment decline was reflected in nearly every demographic subgroup.
Most § 1182(f) orders exclude not national groups, but subgroups of aliens who have engaged in some activity—e.g.
The effects on different groups and subgroups in Puerto Rican society have been featured in different outlets.
No matter how obscure the old game hardware, there’s a subgroup of collectors devoted to cataloging everything released for it.
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