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racial是什么意思_racial的用法

  • 2020-11-14
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racial

美 ['reɪʃ(ə)l] 英 ['reɪʃ(ə)l]
  • adj.种族的;种族间的;人种的
  • 网络人种的种族的;由种族引起的;种族之间的
  • racial equality,racial prejudice,racial composition,racial harmony
  • adj.
  • ethnic,cultural,national,tribal
  • 用法解析

    1.

    [obn]

    种族的;种族间的

    happening or existing between people of different races

    racial hatred/prejudice/tension/violence

    种族仇恨╱偏见;种族间的紧张状况╱暴力

    racial equality

    种族平等

    They have pledged to end racial discrimination in areas such as employment.

    他们已经保证在诸如就业等方面停止种族歧视。

    2.

    [ubn]

    人种的;种族的

    connected with a person's race

    racial minorities

    少数民族

    a person's racial origin

    某人的种族背景

    1.

    人种(上)的,种族的;种族间的

    1.

    existing or taking place between different races

    2.

    relating to or characteristic of races or a race of people

    语法用例

    例句1:

    One day, in high school, a well-intentioned teacher, who was trying to teach something she called "racial identity, " tried an experiment.

    高中的一天,一位好心的老师要上一节她称为“种族认同”的课,她试着做了个实验。

    例句2:

    It seems as if the person is a mixture of black and white, society demands that he or she must be bi-racial like the president.

    看来社会对黑白混血的认知必须是,他必须向总统一样才能是个混血吧。

    例句3:

    "The idea of racial and ethnic diversity altering the kind of conversation that goes on in the classroom is so overrated, " he said.

    “种族和民族多元化会改变课堂上的对话,这种观点完全是夸大其词,”他说。

    例句4:

    The president said he wanted the meeting to defuse the racial issues brought up by the arrest.

    总统称他希望这次的会议能够缓和种族问题引发的这次逮捕。

    例句5:

    Many Democrats and US Muslim groups argued that this hearing was a form of racial profiling, and should be expanded to include other groups.

    许多民主党人和美国的穆斯林群体认为这一听证会是一种种族定性,应该扩展到其他族群中。

    例句6:

    At times, that anger is exploited by politicians, to gin up votes along racial lines, or to make up for a politicians own failings.

    曾几何时,这种愤怒被政客们加以利用,以便以种族划线捞取选票,或者为政客自己的失利提供借口。

    例句7:

    He said the United States today is more fair, free and just than during the 1950s and 1960s when King fought for racial equality.

    他表示,与金博士为种族平等而抗争的1950年代和1960年代相比,今天的美国更加公平、自由和公正。

    例句8:

    The Hispanic unemployment rate was the highest riser of any racial and ethnic group over that period, reported the Wall Street Journal.

    华尔街时报报道:在这段时间里,西班牙裔失业率为各种族群众最高的。

    例句9:

    Let me say at the outset that this proposal is made with no single region, no single class, no single racial or religious group in mind.

    请允许我在开头便说明,这一建议的提出不带有对任何个地区、阶级、种族或教派的考虑。

    例句10:

    One user jokingly suggested that the gaffe was actually an attempt to cram more racial backgrounds into a single image.

    其中一名用户开玩笑地说道,这个过失实际上是一种尝试,试着把更多的种族背景塞进一张图片中。