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subculture

noun [C]  us   /ˈsʌbˌkʌl·tʃər/
the way of life, customs, and ideas of a particular group of people within a society, which are different from the rest of that society: An entire subculture grew up around female bodybuilding.
Translations of “subculture”
in Chinese (Traditional) (社會中某個人群特有的)次文化…
in Russian субкультура…
in Turkish alt kültür…
in Chinese (Simplified) (社会中某个人群特有的)亚文化…
in Polish subkultura…
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