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ra·cial·ism

 (rā′shə-lĭz′əm)
n.
1.
a. An emphasis on race or racial considerations, as in determining policy or interpreting events.
b. Policy or practice based on racial considerations.
2. Chiefly British Variant of racism.

ra′cial·ist adj. & n.
ra′cial·is′tic adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.racialist - a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to othersracialist - a person with a prejudiced belief that one race is superior to others
bigot - a prejudiced person who is intolerant of any opinions differing from his own
Translations
rasistarasistický
fajvédõrasszista
kynòáttahatari
rasistarasistický

racialist

[ˈreɪʃəlɪst] (esp Brit)
A. ADJracista
B. Nracista mf

racialist

[ˈreɪʃəlɪst]
adjraciste
nraciste mf

racialist

nRassist(in) m(f)
adjrassistisch

racialist

[ˈreɪʃəlɪst] adj & nrazzista (m/f)

race2

(reis) noun
1. any one section of mankind, having a particular set of characteristics which make it different from other sections. the Negro race; the white races; (also adjective) race relations.
2. the fact of belonging to any of these various sections. the problem of race.
3. a group of people who share the same culture, language etc; the Anglo-Saxon race.
racial (ˈreiʃəl) adjective
of, or having to do with, race or a particular race. racial characteristics; racial discrimination/hatred.
ˈracialism (ˈreiʃə-) , ˈracism noun
1. the belief that some races of men are better than others.
2. prejudice against someone on the grounds of his race.
ˈracialist (ˈreiʃə-) , ˈracist noun, adjective
racist attitudes.
the human race
mankind.
of mixed race
having ancestors (especially parents) from two or more different human races.
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