What is another word for subgroups?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌbɡɹuːps] (IPA)

Subgroups refer to smaller, specialized groups that are a subset of a larger group. Synonyms for subgroups include subsets, factions, branches, wings, sections, divisions, clans, and strata. These words imply a distinction based on shared characteristics, beliefs, interests, opinions or behaviors. For instance, a political group may include subgroups such as moderates, progressives, or conservatives. Similarly, a music band can have subgroups such as instrumentalists, backup singers or technicians. Understanding the dynamics of subgroups is important in group dynamics, team building, and management. By recognizing and leveraging the unique values and strengths of each subgroup, leaders can enhance collaboration, communication and productivity.

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What are the paraphrases for Subgroups?

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What are the hypernyms for Subgroups?

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Usage examples for Subgroups

Each of these classifications is organized into groups and subgroups according to topic.
"The Online World"
Odd de Presno
None of the subgroups depart much from this value.
"A Racial Study of the Fijians"
Norman E. Gabel
This range is much the same in the subgroups.
"A Racial Study of the Fijians"
Norman E. Gabel

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