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n. pl. im·par·i·ties
Inequality; disparity.

[Late Latin imparitās, from Latin impār, not equal : in-, not; see in-1 + pār, equal; see perə- in Indo-European roots.]


n, pl -ties
a less common word for disparity1
[C16: from Late Latin imparitās, from Latin impar unequal]


(ɪmˈpær ɪ ti)

n., pl. -ties.
lack of equality; disparity.
[1555–65; < Late Latin imparitās. See im-2, parity1]


[ɪmˈpærɪtɪ] Ndisparidad f


nUngleichheit f
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