Definition of 'injustice'
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She has made fighting injustice a recurring theme since she became PM. The Sun (2016)There is a great injustice in his death. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He insisted that extremists were not enemies but people who feel there is injustice. The Sun (2016)To whom could the poor turn to correct the injustices of the system? Property and Prophets: The Evolution of Economic Institutions and Ideologies (1995)They lash back at their perceived injustice. The Sun (2013)Being the underdog and fighting against injustice and standing up for the forgotten moved him so hard. The Sun (2008)The sense of injustice continues through generations. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Moreover it has been suffused with a broader sense of racial injustice. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Changing the law abolished a gross injustice and thereby enhanced the legitimacy of marriage. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At that age the slightest injustice can feel like a monumental betrayal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But any perceived injustice usually gets them going. Times, Sunday Times (2008)His rage and sense of injustice continues to simmer below the surface. The Sun (2009)That ways lies the potential for great injustice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Again and again opinion polls show that most people feel the injustice of this. Times, Sunday Times (2011)How can this or any government claim to be caring for our older generations while this injustice continues? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Another will stage the bid by a vivid personality of the sport to overturn a disqualification he perceives as an injustice. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She raged at poverty and injustice. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your ongoing role in bringing to light the gross injustice applied to the survivors of the thalidomide scandal is to be applauded. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Others have risen up to fight against injustice - not without cost to themselves. The Sun (2012)Wise said he had now decided against a personal tax boycott, but added that civil action may be required to highlight injustices in the system. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The country is plagued by unemployment, corruption, injustice and poverty. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The Barely Legal exhibition focused on global poverty and injustice. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'injustice'
British English: injustice /ɪnˈdʒʌstɪs/ NOUN
Injustice is unfairness in a situation.
People could see that we were fighting against injustice.
- American English: injustice
- Arabic: ظُلْمٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: injustiça
- Chinese: 不公平
- Croatian: nepravda
- Czech: nespravedlnost
- Danish: uretfærdighed
- Dutch: onrechtvaardigheid
- European Spanish: injusticia
- Finnish: vääryys
- French: injustice
- German: Ungerechtigkeit
- Greek: αδικία
- Italian: ingiustizia
- Japanese: 不公平
- Korean: 부정
- Norwegian: urettferdighet
- Polish: niesprawiedliwość
- European Portuguese: injustiça
- Romanian: nedreptate
- Russian: несправедливость
- Spanish: injusticia
- Swedish: orättvisa
- Thai: ความไม่ยุติธรรม
- Turkish: adaletsizlik
- Ukrainian: несправедливість
- Vietnamese: sự bất công
Definition of injustice from the Collins English Dictionary
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