injusticia


injusticia
f.
injustice.
¡es una injusticia! it's not fair!; (quejándose) it's an outrage! (con indignación)
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injusticia
nombre femenino
1 injustice, unfairness
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noun f.
injustice
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SF (=falta de justicia) injustice; (=falta de equidad) unfairness

es una injusticia — (=inmerecido) it's unjust, it's an injustice; (=no equitativo) it's unfair

una solemne injusticia — a terrible injustice

con injusticia — unjustly

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femenino
a) (acto injusto) injustice, act of injustice

es una injusticia que te hayan dicho eso — it's unfair of them to have said that to you

b) (cualidad) unfairness, injustice
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= injustice, inequity, inequitability, wrong, miscarriage of justice, iniquity, wrongfulness.
Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
Ex. It is among such populations that the cynical, evasive, or merely muddled schemes of economic development have produced the greatest social inequity and human suffering.
Ex. The Bradford distribution is found to provide information of the degree of scientific-technological inequitability between advanced and developing nations.
Ex. Librarians have traditionally been concerned with giving rather than selling information and information supplied negligently is dealt with by the law of torts: civil wrongs independent of contract.
Ex. The Matsukawa Materials Room at Fukushima University, Japan, contains items relating to the Matsukawa Incident, an infamous miscarriage of justice in Aug 1949.
Ex. To redress this iniquity women are demanding not only equal pay for equal work, but equal pay for work of equal value.
Ex. Wieland is not responsible for his violence precisely because he also lacks the ability to appreciate its wrongfulness.
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* cometer una injusticia = do + injustice.
* crear una injusticia = create + injustice.
* erradicar una injusticia = eradicate + injustice.
* flagrante injusticia = gross injustice.
* injusticia flagrante = gross injustice.
* injusticia social = social injustice.
* venganza de injusticias, la = righting of wrongs, the.
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femenino
a) (acto injusto) injustice, act of injustice

es una injusticia que te hayan dicho eso — it's unfair of them to have said that to you

b) (cualidad) unfairness, injustice
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= injustice, inequity, inequitability, wrong, miscarriage of justice, iniquity, wrongfulness.

Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.

Ex: It is among such populations that the cynical, evasive, or merely muddled schemes of economic development have produced the greatest social inequity and human suffering.
Ex: The Bradford distribution is found to provide information of the degree of scientific-technological inequitability between advanced and developing nations.
Ex: Librarians have traditionally been concerned with giving rather than selling information and information supplied negligently is dealt with by the law of torts: civil wrongs independent of contract.
Ex: The Matsukawa Materials Room at Fukushima University, Japan, contains items relating to the Matsukawa Incident, an infamous miscarriage of justice in Aug 1949.
Ex: To redress this iniquity women are demanding not only equal pay for equal work, but equal pay for work of equal value.
Ex: Wieland is not responsible for his violence precisely because he also lacks the ability to appreciate its wrongfulness.
* cometer una injusticia = do + injustice.
* crear una injusticia = create + injustice.
* erradicar una injusticia = eradicate + injustice.
* flagrante injusticia = gross injustice.
* injusticia flagrante = gross injustice.
* injusticia social = social injustice.
* venganza de injusticias, la = righting of wrongs, the.

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injusticia
feminine
1 (acto injusto) injustice, act of injustice
protestaban por las injusticias cometidas they protested about the injustices that had taken place
es una injusticia que te hayan dicho eso it's unfair of them to have said that to you
2 (cualidad) unfairness, injustice
una sociedad donde predominan la injusticia y la miseria a society where injustice and poverty prevail
la injusticia de ciertos impuestos the unfairness of certain taxes
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injusticia sustantivo femenino
a) (acto injusto) injustice, act of injustice;

es una injusticia que te hayan dicho eso it's unfair of them to have said that to you

b) (cualidad) unfairness, injustice

injusticia sustantivo femenino
1 (falta de justicia) injustice: fomentó la injusticia, he encouraged injustice
2 (cualidad) unfairness: ¡qué injusticia!, how unfair!
'injusticia' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cielo
- abuso
- extinguir
- flagrante
English:
gross
- iniquity
- injustice
- rank
- stamp out
- unfairness
- wrong
- miscarriage
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injusticia nf
1. [acto] injustice;
¡es una injusticia! [quejándose] it's not fair!;
[con indignación] it's an outrage!;
es una injusticia que tenga que hacerlo yo todo it's not fair that I have to do it all
2. [cualidad] unfairness, injustice;
la injusticia de una decisión the unfairness o injustice of a decision
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injusticia
f injustice
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injusticia nf
: injustice, unfairness
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injusticia n injustice
ser una injusticia to be unfair

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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