Definition of Subgoal

1. Noun. A lesser goal that forms part of a greater goal. ¹



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Definition of Subgoal

1. a subordinate goal [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subgoal

subgiants
subgingival
subgingivally
subglabrous
subglacial
subglacial lake
subglacial lakes
subglacially
subglobose
subglobular
subglossal
subglottic
subglottically
subglumaceous
subgluteal
subgoal (current term)
subgoals
subgovernment
subgovernments
subgovernor
subgovernors
subgrade
subgrades
subgradient
subgradients
subgrain
subgrains
subgram
subgrammar
subgrammars

Literary usage of Subgoal

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1. Healthy People: The Surgeon General's Report on Health Promotion & Disease by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"HEALTHY OLDER ADULTS 71 subgoal: Increasing the Number of Older Adults Who ... 74 subgoal: Reducing Premature Death from Influenza and Pneumonia... .,..,, ..."

2. Results-Oriented Management: Agency Crosscutting Actions and Plans in Border by Patricia A. Dalton, Elizabeth H. Curda (2003)
"For the first subgoal, Justice has added new measures to determine the total ... For controlling criminal aliens, a subgoal includes increasing the number ..."

3. National Computer Security Conference Proceedings, 1992: Information Systems by DIANE Publishing Company (1992)
"If process A's application variable Var(A,i) contains the value X in the initial state and the value Y in the final state, then SPLAN adds the subgoal ..."

4. Partial Evaluation and Automatic Program Generation by Neil D. Jones, Carsten K. Gomard, Peter Sestoft (1993)
"As an example, consider the goal (sl,(d,s2)), where si and s2 are static subgoals and d is a dynamic subgoal. The binding of static variables in si are ..."

5. Expertise in Design: Design Thinking Research Symposium 6 by Nigel Cross, Yusuf Pisan, Ernest A. Edmonds (2003)
"Like the ©post statement, it creates a subgoal, but whereas the Opost subgoal is handled asynchronously, this subgoal is handled synchronously, ..."

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