classism


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class·ism

 (klăs′ĭz′əm)
n.
Bias based on social or economic class.

class′ist adj. & n.

classism

(ˈklɑːsɪzəm)
n
(Sociology) the belief that people from certain social or economic classes are superior to others
ˈclassist adj

class•ism

(ˈklæs ɪz əm)

n.
a biased or discriminatory attitude based on distinctions made between social or economic classes.
[1835–45]
class′ist, n.
Translations

classism

[ˈklɑːsɪzəm] Nclasismo m

classism

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