- 01. There is often prejudice against minority [ethnic] groups.02. The former Yugoslavia is having a lot of problems with conflicts between the different [ethnic] groups in the region.03. I believe that Chinese speakers are the second largest [ethnic] minority in this province.04. There are large numbers of [ethnic] Germans living in some of the countries of the former Soviet Union.05. They have lots of beautiful [ethnic] clothes from India and Thailand at the market.06. On weekends, we always like to go to a different [ethnic] restaurant to try the various dishes.07. There is a large mix of different [ethnic] groups living in Paris.08. They like to eat out in [ethnic] restaurants every Friday night.09. Asians are the fastest growing [ethnic] group in the United States.10. Someone told me that the people of Okinawa are actually a different [ethnic] group than the people of the main island of Japan.11. The Yorubas are the one major [ethnic] group in Nigeria.12. A family's [ethnic] background is an important determinant of the content of socialization.13. Studies show that [ethnicity] exerts a major influence on many families.14. Indonesia is made up of 17,000 islands, and the nation is made up of 300 [ethnic] groups.15. In February 1993, more than 1,000 people were killed in [ethnic] clashes in Northern Ghana.16. There are 56 [ethnic] minorities in China.17. [Ethnic] riots between Muslims and Hindus has resulted in over 300 deaths in the last week.18. [Ethnically], Pakistan is a very diverse country.19. The nation of Botswana was named after its dominant [ethnic] group, the Batswana.20. Studies show that people generally show more positive attitudes towards those [ethnic] groups that they often come in contact with.21. The Neolithic people who appeared in Korea around 4000 B.C. are believed to have formed the [ethnic] stock of modern Koreans.22. His [ethnicity] is unclear; he has both Asian and African features.23. [Ethnic] rivalries have sparked recent violent clashes in China.
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ethnic — is now principally used to denote a section of a community having distinct racial, cultural, religious, or linguistic characteristics not shared by the rest of the community. Ethnic is typically used to describe clothing, dance, music, and other… … Modern English usage
ethnic — UK US /ˈeθnɪk/ adjective ► relating to a race or national group of people: »The factory s workforce reflects the ethnic mix of the local population. ► from a different race, or interesting because characteristic of an ethnic group which is very… … Financial and business terms
ethnic — (n.) late 14c., Scottish, heathen, pagan, and having that sense first in English; as an adj. from late 15c. from L. ethnicus, Gk. ethnikos, from ethnos band of people living together, nation, people, prop. вЂњpeople of one s own kind,вЂќ from PIE … Etymology dictionary
Ethnic — Eth nic, Ethnical Eth nic*al, a. [L. ethnicus, Gr. ?, fr. ? nation, ? ? the nations, heathens, gentiles: cf. F. ethnique.] 1. Belonging to races or nations; based on distinctions of race; ethnological. [1913 Webster] 2. Pertaining to the gentiles … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Ethnic — Eth nic . 1. A heathen; a pagan. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] No better reported than impure ethnic and lay dogs. Milton. [1913 Webster] 2. a member of an ethnic group. [PJC] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
ethnic — ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to a group of people having a common national or cultural tradition. 2) referring to origin by birth rather than by present nationality: ethnic Albanians. 3) relating to a non Western cultural tradition: ethnic music.… … English terms dictionary
ethnic — [eth′nik] adj. [ME ethnik < LL(Ec) ethnicus, pagan < Gr ethnikos, national (in LGr(Ec), gentile, heathen) < ethnos, nation, people, ta ethnē, nations (in LXX, non Jews, in N.T., gentile Christians): akin to ēthos: see ETHICAL] 1. Now… … English World dictionary
ethnic — [adj] racial, cultural indigenous, national, native, traditional, tribal; concept 549 … New thesaurus
ethnic — eth|nic1 [ eθnık ] adjective ** 1. ) relating to a group of people who have the same culture and traditions: The country s population consists of three main ethnic groups. a ) used about fighting between people from different ethnic groups living … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
ethnic — eth|nic1 W3 [ˈeθnık] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Late Latin; Origin: ethnicus, from Greek ethnikos, from ethnos nation, people ] 1.) relating to a particular race, nation, or tribe and their customs and traditions ▪ The school teaches pupils from… … Dictionary of contemporary English