Entry from British & World English dictionary
A society composed of different ethnic groups or cultural traditions, or in the political structure of which ethnic or cultural differences are reflected: Britain has been developing into an increasingly plural society, with a major increase in the size of the non-white ethnic groups
More example sentences
- You too seem to be imagining that we live in a plural society where opinions enrich political debate.'
- The lesson we should take from this is that respect for opposing points of view is itself an important moral value - particularly in our increasingly plural society.
- Most of her work reflects the rich history and culture of our plural society.
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