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injusticenoun [C/U]

 us   /ɪnˈdʒʌs·tɪs/
the ​condition of being ​unfair and ​lackingjustice, or an ​action that is ​unfair: [U] social injustice [C] I was ​falselyarrested, so there was ​definitely an injustice done.
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injusticenoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ɪnˈdʒʌs.tɪs/
C1 (an ​example of) a ​situation in which there is no ​fairness and justice: The ​sight of ​peoplesufferingarouses a ​deep sense of injustice in her. They were ​aware of the injustices of the ​system.
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(Definition of injustice from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “injustice”
in Korean 불평등…
in Arabic ظُلْم…
in Malaysian tidak adil…
in French injustice…
in Russian несправедливость…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不公正, 不正義…
in Italian ingiustizia…
in Turkish adaletsizlik, haksızlık…
in Polish niesprawiedliwość…
in Spanish injusticia…
in Vietnamese sự không công bằng…
in Portuguese injustiça…
in Thai ความอยุติธรรม…
in German die Ungerechtigkeit…
in Catalan injustícia…
in Japanese 不公平, 不当な処置…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不公正, 非正义…
in Indonesian ketidakadilan…
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