Definition of subsection
1 : a subdivision or a subordinate division of a section
2 : a subordinate part or branch
Recent Examples of subsection from the Web
The brand new carrier left its dockyard in Rosyth for the first time on Monday, where it was assembled from subsections built all over the UK.
With that in mind, part of that strategy is having a Proud 2 Pay subsection of my fanbase.
But the truth is, the fashion industry still tends to cater to a small subsection of women.
Twelve subsections fan out from the spine, aiming to reveal to visitors the discoveries of scholars, historians, architects and art conservators who explored the archives and contributed to the show’s catalog.
The biggest subsection of the state's NFL representation is in the secondary.
Federal criminal statutes are written to cover a lot of conduct, with plenty of catchall provisions and lengthy subsections.
But, even for the sombre subsection of New Yorkers who have turned Fernow into a cult figure, much of his music remains too challenging for casual listening, and certainly bad form for a dinner party.
A new Sundance subsection, the New Climate, will include 14 documentaries, short films and special projects, including a virtual-reality experience that turns participants into a tree that is violently chopped down.
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First Known Use of subsection
SUBSECTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subsection for English Language Learners
: a part of a section especially of a legal document
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