弁別弁ずる, 弁じる, 弁える, 差別する
Verb(1) recognize or perceive the difference(2) treat differently on the basis of sex or race(3) distinguish
Adjective(1) marked by the ability to see or make fine distinctions
(1) The results tell us for the first time that we should not discriminate between older and middle-aged people when we select patients for therapy to prevent heart attack.(2) The Adoption Board said no health board could impose this age cut-off point because it was contrary to the Equal Status Act to discriminate against anyone on the grounds of age.(3) babies can discriminate between different facial expressions of emotion(4) In many states it's against the law to discriminate against someone due to race, creed or sexual orientation.(5) We're here because, every year, thousands of people are killed and injured by weapons that don't discriminate between soldier or civilian, between man, woman and child.(6) existing employment policies discriminate against women(7) We do not discriminate against anybody on any grounds, nor should we.(8) There are only subtle differences between the ratings under each performance dimension, which makes it difficult to discriminate between a good soldier and a very good soldier.(9) bats can discriminate a difference in echo delay of between 69 and 98 millionths of a second(10) From that date it has been, for the first time, unlawful for employers to discriminate against, harass or victimise their workforce on the grounds of sexual orientation.(11) The legislative apparatus of the early liquor industry did not discriminate between the rights of males and females, a significant anomaly in a period when women were denied the vote.(12) It follows that it is not necessary to show an intention to discriminate on grounds of race or sex, if that is the effect of a decision.(13) Does your group discriminate against anyone regarding race, gender, belief, or sexual orientation?(14) He claimed that the school district stepped over the line with its affirmative action plan and that race was improperly used to discriminate against the white teacher.(15) You can't discriminate against beneficiaries at all-not on race, color, national origin, disability, or religion.(16) It doesn't discriminate between life and death.
(1) discriminate against :: 差別
1. differentiate ::
2. be biased against ::
3. know apart ::
4. single out ::
1. confuse ::
2. mistake ::
Different Formsdiscriminate, discriminated, discriminates, discriminating
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