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minority

noun
 
 
/maɪˈnɒrəti/
GROUP [no plural] B2 a part of a group which is less than half of the whole group, often much less
azınlıkta olan grup, küçük grup
The violence was caused by a small minority of football supporters. I voted to accept the proposal, but I was in the minority. →  Opposite majority Groups of people
RACE [C] a group of people whose race is different from the race of most of the people where they live
azınlık
ethnic minorities Race and ethnicityRacial issuesPeople of specific racial or ethnic background
Translations of “minority”
in Korean 소수민족, 소수의 것…
in Arabic أقَلِيّة…
in Portuguese minoria…
in Catalan minoria…
in Japanese 少数派…
in Italian minoranza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小部分, 少數…
in Russian меньшинство, национальное меньшинство…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小部分, 少数…
in Polish mniejszość…
(Definition of minority from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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