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Today's word: inequalities

This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word inequalities

Wiktionary

  1. inequalities(Noun)

    Plural form of inequality.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Inequalities

    of Inequality

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of inequalities in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of inequalities in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of inequalities in a Sentence

  1. Margaret Thatcher:

    Perhaps I can summarise it best by saying this -- Nations that have pursued equality, like the Iron Curtain countries, I think have finished up with neither equality, nor liberty. Nations, which like us, in the past have pursued liberty, as a fundamental objective, extending it to all, have finished up with liberty, human dignity, and far fewer inequalities than other people.

  2. Jacob Frey:

    We must tackle racial inequalities in every corner of society— from health to home ownership to education. We must come together around our common humanity.

  3. Lucas Chancel:

    Average incomes have been increasing faster in China, in India, in Brazil, in the emerging world than in Europe and than in the USA, because of this effect, you have a reduction of global inequalities between those who live in China and those who live in other parts of the world.

  4. Palmetto Restaurant owner David McCraw:

    I know there are social [inequalities] in our country, and it happens. I believe that is true. I support any direction [players] would like to go, from every race and every position. But you can’t disrespect our flag and our country and expect people to be OK with it.

  5. Andrew Chang:

    Many countries, including the Andrew Chang, continue to face vexing shortages of PPE, the Results underscore the importance of providing adequate access to PPE and also suggest that systemic racism associated with inequalities to access to PPE likely contribute to the disproportionate risk of infection among minority frontline healthcare workers.


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