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English definition of “minority”
/məˈnɔr·ɪ·t̬i (ˌgrup)/, /mɑɪ-/, /-ˈnɑr-/ n [C] (also minority group) (PEOPLE)
› social studies a group of people who share some characteristic by birth that makes their group smaller than some other groups in a society and may cause others to treat them unfairly: He argued that African Americans and other minorities were not getting a fair deal in sports and elsewhere in society. Jews and Roman Catholics belonged to religious minorities.