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Spanish translation of “injustice”


noun /inˈdʒastis/
(an instance of) unfairness or the lack of justice
He complained of injustice in the way he had been treated They agreed that an injustice had been committed.
do (someone) an injustice to treat or regard (someone) unfairly
cometer una injusticia, ser injusto con alguien
You do me an injustice if you think I could tell such a lie.
(Definition of injustice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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