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1A part of a larger group of related things.

*‘computer vendors usually only support a small subset of the disks available’**‘A common response of roots to anoxia is the synthesis of a subset of anaerobic proteins related to the glycolytic and fermentation pathways.’**‘Also, random selection of CDs would only work on a subset of contiguous disks.’**‘Liberal, conservative, New Right - they're all exercises in descriptive creativity with distinct subsets within them.’**‘These people do not come from one of his swing-voter subsets.’**‘People create their own subsets, or as a marketer will explain, ladders.’**‘This means that the subsets of data selected as indicative of the future are those that confirm a prejudice of the selecter.’**‘A populous generation sees its subsets defining their own demographics by what they are not as much as by what they are.’**‘Genres like film music, rap, folk, rock are subsets of it.’**‘In recent times the Territory has been divided up into these succinct subsets to assist in effective administration.’**‘These have contacts lists consisting of different subsets of my actual list of contacts.’**‘The foreshore and seabed being owned by a subset of New Zealanders instead of all New Zealanders is what the billboard is about.’**‘You could even perhaps create a script to define a subset of people whom you ‘trust’ to pull in links referencing your post.’**‘For developing countries, currency crises are an important subset of financial crises.’**‘There were far fewer votes cast in the referendum than in the arts regular councillor race even though arts regular is a subset of arts.’**‘The council is a subset of Students' Council, made up of councillors who represent co-op students.’**‘Mutations are only a subset of what existed previously, so, as one would expect, the world is losing creature kinds not gaining them.’**‘They mentioned the photo-stream limit, but did not mention that everything else is a subset of the photo-stream.’**‘Within the trial, researchers looked at a subset of 138 patients with diabetes.’**‘There's a certain subset of opera fans who dismiss Rossini comic operas with a haughty wave.’**‘It's an echo chamber for the common wisdom of the subset of people who use the site more than anything else.’*

- 1.1Mathematics A set of which all the elements are contained in another set.
*‘This places different demands on the problem solver in connecting it to the two given subsets, the superset, and the set solicited in the final sentence for finding an answer.’**‘The problems in this study were part-part-whole problems in which subsets combine to form supersets.’**‘Then homogenize: randomly permute rows and columns within the subsets that have equal totals.’**‘One crucial tabulation involves determining the number of subsets of the 12 possible Bingos of a particular size that cover a particular number of squares.’**‘His idea was that every real number r divides the rational numbers into two subsets, namely those greater than r and those less than r.’*

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