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ra·cial

 (rā′shəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
2. Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups: racial conflict; racial discrimination.

ra′cial·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.racially - with respect to race; "racially integrated"
Translations

racially

[ˈreɪʃəlɪ] ADVracialmente
children of racially mixed parentshijos mpl de padres de distintas razas

racially

[ˈreɪʃəli] adv
racially diverse
a racially and economically diverse populace → une population ethniquement et économiquement diverse
racially mixed
children of racially mixed marriages → les enfants de mariages mixtes
racially motivated
The killings were racially motivated → Les meurtres avaient un caractère raciste.
racially segregated
racially segregated schools → des écolessévit la ségrégation raciale, des écolesrègne la ségrégation racialeracially motivated adj [attack, crime, violence, incident] → à caractère raciste
to be racially motivated [attack, crime] → avoir un caractère raciste

racially

adv offensive, sensitivein Bezug auf die Rasse; abusedaufgrund or auf Grund seiner Rasse, in Bezug auf die Rasse; diversemultikulturell; purerassisch; he is racially bias(s)eder hat Rassenvorurteile; to be of racially mixed parentagegemischtrassige Eltern haben; racially mixed marriagegemischtrassige Ehe; the schools were racially integrateddie Schulen waren multikulturell; racially superiorrassenmäßig überlegen; to be racially motivated (riots etc) → rassistisch motiviert sein; a racially motivated attackein ausländerfeindlicher Überfall or Angriff
References in classic literature ?
He was plotting and preparing a war with patience, with foresight--with a fidelity to his purpose and with a steadfastness of which I would have thought him racially incapable.
Yet the smirking old women, however wrong individually, were racially correct.
Neither was their personality stamped in any way, professionally, socially or racially.
Racially, and to a less extent socially, intermarriage did its work, and that within a very few generations.
He was racially thrifty I suppose, and for him there must have been a great novelty in finding himself obliged to pay for travel ling--for sea travelling which was the normal state of life for the family--from the very cradle for most of them.
A MAN reportedly threatened to stab a city centre police officer before racially abusing him in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Two men arrested after an alleged racially aggravated attack on aDurham University studenthave been released under investigation.
Just days after publicly admitting that she was racially profiled at an airport, actress (http://www.
Magistrates in Llandudno heard that when Lynton Hoffman tried to intervene in an argument between two girls in Rhyl town centre on July 16 one of them, 18-year-old Shannon Walton, was racially abusive and added: "Go back to where you came from.
West Yorkshire Police recorded 2,384 racially or religiously-aggravated crimes in 2015, an increase of 70% from the number recorded in 2014 and 78% more than the 1,343 recorded in 2012.
A 21-YEAR-OLD woman has been arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated crime just hours after shocking footage emerged of race hate against a city centre bouncer.
AN Asian man had the top of a finger cut off with a meat cleaver during a brutal attack that police believe was racially motivated.