race relations


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race relations

n
1. (Sociology) (functioning as plural) the relations between members of two or more human races, esp within a single community
2. (Sociology) (functioning as singular) the branch of sociology concerned with such relations
Translations

race relations

nplrapporti mpl fra le razze
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Now we have funding from the council for a race relations officer, but I have to say it's extremely disappointing the Executive Office have dropped the ball on this one.
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