Definition of Subtask

1. Noun. An act that must be completed as an element of completing a larger and more complex task. ¹



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Definition of Subtask

1. a subordinate task [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subtask

subsynchronous orbits
subsynchronously
subsyndromal
subsystem
subsystemic
subsystems
subtab
subtable
subtables
subtabs
subtack
subtacks
subtangent
subtangents
subtartarean
subtask (current term)
subtasks
subtaxa
subtaxon
subtaxons
subteam
subteams
subteen
subteenage
subteens
subtegulaneous
subtelomere
subtelomeric
subtemperate
subtemporal

Literary usage of Subtask

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1. Debris Impact On Emergency Coolant Recirculation: Workshop Proceedings by U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (2004)
"subtask 5.1- Organise the survey response data into an Excel spread sheet. subtask 5.2 - Organise the OEM unqualified coatings into two groups: A. OEM ..."

2. Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings: Strategic Plan 2005edited by Ugo Morelli edited by Ugo Morelli (1999)
"subtask 1.5.1 was scheduled over a two-year period, at a cost of $400 thousand. subtask 1.5.2 was scheduled to be completed between year one and year two, ..."

3. Reducing Seismic Hazards of Existing Buildings: Workshop Proceedings edited by Roger E. Scholl (1993)
"subtask 3.1. The first subtask is to identify the needed products where ... The second subtask is to support the development and review of products through ..."

4. SAS/OR(R) 9.1 User's Guide: Project Management. by SAS Institute (2004)
"To create a subtask, click the right mouse button on the parent activity in the ... The newly created subtask has one more little square box than the parent ..."

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