Discrimination against là gì

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phân biệt {động} (ai đối với ai hoặc cái gì đối với cái gì)

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The act eliminates unfair discrimination in certain sectors of the national labour market by imposing similar constraints on another.

In this crucially important respect the decision gives insufficient heed to the statutory discrimination provisions.

There are also real challenges around balancing the right to freedom of expression with the right to be protected from discrimination.

They have protested against the company's policies and business practices, including charges of racial and gender discrimination.

The ministry of education thought that pupils should attend the school without discrimination, since there was no possibility of infection.

However, infants failed to discriminate blue from white checkered patterns.

Some atheists have complained that this test may discriminate against non-believers.

Squirrel monkeys have also been found to be able to discriminate between carvone enantiomers.

Central tolerance is the main way the immune system learns to discriminate self from non-self.

Juvenile females discriminate in preference for the infant they choose to allomother, and will usually choose siblings or infants of high-ranking individuals.



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be fed up with (with someone or something)

be out of patience (with someone

blow it (something)

fail at something I tried hard but I am sure that I blew the final math exam last week.

feel up to (do something)

feel able (healthy enough or rested enough) to do something I don

fill (something) in

write words needed in blanks Please fill in this form and give it to the receptionist.

get hold of (something)

get possession of When you get hold of a dictionary could you please let me see it for a few minutes.

get (something) over with

finish, end He wants to get his exams over with so that he can begin to relax again.

hard on (someone/something)

treat something/someone roughly His son is very hard on shoes.

have had it (with someone or something)


have (something) going for one

have ability, talent or good looks She has a lot going for her and I am sure that she will get the new job.

keep on (doing something)

continue She is careless and keeps on making the same mistakes over and over.

keep (something) under one

keep something secret I plan to keep my plans to apply for a new job under my hat.

let (something) go

pay no attention to, neglect She seems to be letting her appearance go since she lost her job.

let (something) ride

continue without changing a situation We should forget about his recent problems at work and just let the whole matter ride.

look (something) up

search for something in a dictionary or other book I

play on/upon (something)

cause an effect on, influence They played on his feelings of loneliness to get him to come and buy them dinner every night.

pull (something) off

accomplish something remarkable He really is lucky in being able to pull off the new business merger with no problems.

put (something) over on someone

fool, trick He was trying to put something over on his boss when he said that he was sick and couldn

put (something) past someone (negative)

be surprised by what someone does I wouldn

ram (something) down one

force one to do or agree to something not wanted She always tries to ram her ideas down our throats which makes us very angry.

ram (something) down someone's throat

force one to do or agree to something not wanted The lawyer rammed the settlement down our throats even though we were not happy with it.

run into (something)

hit something or crash into something His car ran into the other car on the highway.

run out (of something)

use up, come to an end The car ran out of gas in the middle of the countryside.

run up against (something)

encounter They ran up against many problems when they were building the freeway.

see about (something)

check into something I

see to (something)

attend to or do something I will see to the rental car and you can see to the airplane tickets.

sick of (someone or something)

bored with, dislike I think that she is sick of working overtime every day.

try (something) out

test We were not allowed to try the computer out before we bought it.

get on with (something)

continue to do; make progress
" Be quiet and get on with your homework."

not to touch (something) with a ten-foot pole|not

v. phr. To consider something completely undesirable or uninteresting. Some people won't touch spinach with a ten-foot pole. Kids who wouldn't touch an encyclopedia with a ten-foot pole love to find information with this computer program.

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