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Translation of "equality" - English-Japanese dictionary

equality

noun [no plural]   /ɪˈkwɒl·ə·ti/
a situation in which everyone is equal and has the same rights 平等 racial/sexual equality
Translations of “equality”
in Korean 평균…
in Arabic مُساواة…
in Portuguese igualdade…
in Catalan igualtat…
in Italian uguaglianza, parità…
in Chinese (Traditional) (社會地位、待遇上的)平等, 均等…
in Russian равенство…
in Turkish eşitlik, denklik…
in Chinese (Simplified) (社会地位、待遇上的)平等, 均等…
in Polish równość…
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