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injustice

US [ɪnˈdʒʌstɪs]
UK [ɪn'dʒʌstɪs]
  • n.不公正
  • Web不公平;非正义;血蝴蝶
Plural Form:injustices  
injustice
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n.
1.
不公正,不公平(的对待或行为)the fact of a situation being unfair and of people not being treated equally; an unfair act or an example of unfair treatment
fighting against poverty and injustice
与贫困和不公平斗争
a burning sense of injustice
强烈感觉到遭受不公正待遇
social injustice
社会的不公平
She was enraged at the injustice of the remark.
她被那句话的不公激怒了。
The report exposes the injustices of the system.
报告揭露了这个制度的种种不公正。
IDM
We may have been doing him an injustice. This work is good.
我们可能冤枉他了。这工作干得不错。
do yourself/sb an injustice
待…不公正;冤枉to judge yourself/sb unfairly
We may have been doing him an injustice. This work is good.
我们可能冤枉他了。这工作干得不错。

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