Definition of inequity in English:

inequity

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Pronunciation: /ɪnˈɛkwɪti
 
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noun (plural inequities)

[mass noun]
Lack of fairness or justice: policies aimed at redressing racial inequity [count noun]: inequities in school financing
More example sentences
  • We require state interference to redress social inequity and poverty alleviation, our past necessitates that.
  • Always acutely socially conscious, he was struck by the poverty and social inequity in the countries that he visited.
  • Child labour thrives in India because of social inequity, official neglect and anti-poor policies.
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