不正, 不公平, 不当, 不義, 失当, 曲事, 不義理, 不公正, 不法, 歪み
Noun(1) an unjust act(2) the practice of being unjust or unfair
(1) the injustice of the death penalty(2) This is fundamental to medicine and healing; it applies no less to social injustice .(3) The cost of strict liability is that it may result in injustice in individual cases.(4) There is a growing consciousness both amongst the elite and those that face injustice .(5) Terrorism and lawlessness thrive where poverty and despair are met with injustice .(6) she was taken aback by the injustice of Nora's remark(7) Open letters appeared at key moments in the history of injustice in this country.(8) Putting a deadline on eliminating this injustice would be a real success.(9) How can some of that emotion be channelled to indignation about poverty and social injustice here too?(10) So I grew up in a home that made me very sensitive to racism, to unfairness, to injustice .(11) This is the Irish premier of this play which deals with justice and social injustice .(12) The fight against social and political injustice has historically been an integral part of Sikhism.(13) To claim to do so in the name of ├ö├ç├┐true justice├ö├ç├û is simply insulting to the victims of injustice .(14) The campaign calls on the Brazilian people to overcome all violence and injustice .(15) They revel in every perceived injustice , and are desperate to have someone to blame.(16) Australia provides for and nurtures this injustice by its immoral foreign policy.
(1) in justice :: 不正
2. wrong ::
1. equity ::
2. justice ::
Different Formsinjustice, injustices
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