Segregation synonyms

sĕg'rĭ-gā'shən

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The process of sorting or distinguishing into different components, groups, or categories:
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(Computing) a database property that determines when and how changes made in one transaction are visible to other concurrent transactions
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The separation of a substance into two or more simpler substances, or of a molecule into atoms or ions, by the action of heat or a chemical process. Dissociation is usually reversible.
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The practice of treating members of different societal groups in a politically, legally, or economically different manner.
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A distinction; discernment, the act of discriminating, discerning, distinguishing, noting or perceiving differences between things.
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(Mathematics) The process of computing an integral; the inverse of differentiation.
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The definition of sequestration is the seizure of property by an agent of the court to avoid harm to the property, or a legal procedure for U.S. government budget control when federal spending cuts are automatically implemented to avoid spending money that will not be covered by revenue.
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Any material used to insulate
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The separation of racial groups
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Exclusion is defined as the act of leaving someone out or the act of being left out.
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Any policy or condition of discriminatory segregation or separation
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The separation of racial groups
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(Engineering) A double-action planing tool invented by Joseph Whitworth, in which the blade ‘jumps’ to face the other way on the back-stroke.
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Each of the separate parts of something resulting from division.
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(Computing) A piece of source code or other content that is dynamically retrieved for inclusion in another item.
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Find another word for segregation. In this page you can discover 20 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for segregation, like: separation, isolation, dissociation, separatism, discrimination, disconnection, integration, sequestration, insulation, racial segregation and exclusion.