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Translation of "inequality" - English-Spanish dictionary

inequality

noun   /ˌɪn.ɪˈkwɒl.ə.ti/
the unfair situation in society when some people have more opportunities, money, etc. than other people desigualdad The law has done little to prevent racial discrimination and inequality. sexual inequality There remain major inequalities of opportunity in the workplace.203
(Definition of inequality from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inequality

noun /iniˈkwoləti/
(a case of) the existence of differences in size, value etc between two or more objects etc desigualdad social inequalities There is bound to be inequality between a manager’s salary and a workman’s wages.
(Definition of inequality from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “inequality”
in Vietnamese sự không công bằng…
in Malaysian ketidaksamaan…
in Thai ความไม่เสมอภาค…
in French inégalité…
in German die Ungleichheit…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不平等,不均等…
in Turkish eşitsizlik…
in Russian неравенство…
in Indonesian tidak sama…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不平等,不均等…
in Polish nierówność…
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