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人種, じんしゅ

  • jinshu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • race (of people)

Examples of 人種,じんしゅ in a Sentence

I don't care about your race or age or religion.
The Supreme Court attacks school segregation.
We're a mixed group and I never knew who was a Serb, a Croat or a Muslim.
There are many different races in the world.
Even in our family not all of us are of the same race.
Far from refuting the thesis that race is to blame for lower IQ score, Lynn's data actually supports it.
He is in touch with all kinds of people.
I don't agree with segregation of people by race.
There are many races in the United States.
Existing legislation does not take diversity of races into account.

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