Definition of 'sexist'
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British English: sexist /ˈsɛksɪst/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe people or their behaviour as sexist, you disapprove of the fact that they believe that men and women need not be treated fairly and equally.
Old-fashioned sexist attitudes are still common.
- American English: sexist
- Arabic: مُؤَيَدٌ لِلتَفْرِقَةِ العُنْصُرِيَّة بِحَسَبِ الـجِنْس
- Brazilian Portuguese: sexicista
- Chinese: 性别歧视者的
- Croatian: seksistički
- Czech: sexistický
- Danish: sexist
- Dutch: seksistisch
- European Spanish: sexista
- Finnish: seksistinen
- French: sexiste
- German: sexistisch
- Greek: σεξιστής
- Italian: sessista
- Japanese: 性差別主義の
- Korean: 남녀를 차별하는
- Norwegian: kjønnsdiskriminerende
- Polish: seksistowski
- European Portuguese: sexista
- Romanian: sexist
- Russian: сексист
- Spanish: sexista
- Swedish: könsdiskriminerande
- Thai: การแบ่งแยกเพศ
- Turkish: cinsiyet ayrımcılığı yapan
- Ukrainian: сексист
- Vietnamese: phân biệt đối xử theo giới tính
Definition of sexist from the Collins English Dictionary
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