Definition of disparity in English:

disparity

Syllabification: dis·par·i·ty
Pronunciation: /diˈsparitē
 
/

noun (plural disparities)

A great difference: economic disparities between different regions of the country the great disparity of weight between the sun and the planets
More example sentences
  • The disparity in fees between different schools can be overwhelming.
  • His shots do help demonstrate the disparity between different films.
  • Income and standards of living disparities in different regions of the country have become a growing problem.
Synonyms

Origin

mid 16th century: from French disparité, from late Latin disparitas, based on Latin paritas 'parity'.

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