Definition of 'civil rights'

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ever, there was an effort to raise funds for civil rights campaigns, Duane managed to wheedle a four-figure check from his mother. Adair, Tom (Intro) THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1991)The cause of civil rights was growing stronger in direct ratio to the disintegration of the hippie movement. Adair, Tom (Intro) THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (1991)When he was her age he'd been an ardent activist, fighting against the war in Vietnam, fighting for civil rights. S.M. Stirling T2©: RISING STORM (1991)

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Translations for 'civil rights'

British English: civil rights /ˈsɪvl raɪts/ NOUN
Civil rights are the rights that people have to equal treatment and equal opportunities, whatever their race, sex, or religion.
...the civil rights movement.
  • American English: civil rights
  • Arabic: حُقُوق مَدَنِيِّة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: direitos civis
  • Chinese: 公民权利
  • Croatian: građanska prava
  • Czech: občanská práva
  • Danish: borgerrettigheder
  • Dutch: burgerrechten
  • European Spanish: derechos civiles
  • Finnish: kansalaisoikeudet
  • French: droits civiques
  • German: Bürgerrechte
  • Greek: πολιτικά δικαιώματα
  • Italian: diritti civili
  • Japanese: 公民権
  • Korean: 시민권
  • Norwegian: borgerrettigheter
  • Polish: prawa obywatelskie
  • European Portuguese: direitos cívicos
  • Romanian: drepturi civile
  • Russian: гражданские права
  • Latin American Spanish: derechos civiles
  • Swedish: medborgerliga rättigheter
  • Thai: สิทธิที่เท่ากันของพลเมือง
  • Turkish: vatandaşlık hakları
  • Ukrainian: громадянські права
  • Vietnamese: quyền công dân


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