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discriminate

US [dɪˈskrɪmɪˌneɪt]
UK [dɪˈskrɪmɪneɪt]
  • v.歧视;区别;区分;辨别
  • adj.有分辨能力的;显著的;〈古〉明确的
  • Web鉴别;甄别;区别对待
Simple Present:discriminates  Present Participle:discriminating  Past Tense:discriminated  
discriminate
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v.
1.
[i][t]
区别;辨别;区分to recognize that there is a difference between people or things; to show a difference between people or things
The computer program was unable to discriminate between letters and numbers.
这计算机程序不能辨别字母与数字。
When do babies learn to discriminate voices?
婴儿什么时候学会辨别嗓音呢?
A number of features discriminate this species from others.
有些特征使这一物种与其他物种区别开来。
2.
[i]
区别对待;歧视;偏袒to treat one person or group worse/better than another in an unfair way
practices that discriminate against women and in favour of men
重男轻女的做法
It is illegal to discriminate on grounds of race, sex or religion.
因种族、性别或宗教信仰而实行歧视是非法的。

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