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unsegregated

Line breaks: un|seg¦re|gated
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɛɡrɪɡeɪtɪd
 
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Definition of unsegregated in English:

adjective

Not segregated or set apart from the rest or from others: unsegregated schools unsegregated soccer fans
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  • The Social Change and Economic Life Initiative, for instance, found that men were twice as likely as women to work in highly segregated jobs and half as likely to work in unsegregated jobs.
  • The cells showed defects in chromosome segregation leading to the cutting of unsegregated chromosomes by the division septum.
  • Recent reforms have streamlined Scouting once again, bringing Network activities into line with the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and with a more sophisticated and unsegregated constituency.

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