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subcommittee

noun [C] ( also sub-committee)
 
 
/ˈsʌbkəˌmɪti/ MEETINGS, MANAGEMENT
a number of people chosen from a committee to study and report on a particular subject: They set up a subcommittee to examine the effects of the merger.
Translations of “subcommittee”
in Arabic لَجنة فَرعِيّة…
in Korean 분과 위원회…
in Malaysian jawatankuasa kecil…
in French sous-comité…
in Italian sotto-comitato…
in Chinese (Traditional) (委員會下設的)小組委員會,專門小組…
in Vietnamese tiểu ban…
in Spanish subcomité…
in Portuguese subcomitê…
in Thai คณะอนุกรรมการ…
in German der Unterausschuß…
in Catalan subcomitè…
in Japanese 小委員会, 分科会…
in Indonesian subkomite…
in Chinese (Simplified) (委员会下设的)小组委员会,专门小组…
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