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Meaning of “humanity” - Learner’s Dictionary

humanity

noun [U]
 
 
/hjuːˈmænəti/
ALL PEOPLE all people: The massacre was a crime against humanity.People in general
KINDNESS kindness and sympathy towards others: Mother Teresa was famous for her compassion and humanity. →  Opposite inhumanity Generous and charitableCharity organizations
BEING HUMAN the condition of being humanPeople in general
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