listen to the pronunciation of discrimination
Englisch - Türkisch
fark gözetme

Irk ayrımcılığına karşı mücadele etti. - He fought against racial discrimination.

Cinsiyet temelli ayrımcılık yasaklanmıştır. - Discrimination on the basis of gender is prohibited.

ayırım yapma
(Kanun) ayrımcılık yapma
(Dilbilim) ayırıcılık
(Bilgisayar) ayrımsama gücü
(Ticaret) ayırımcılık yapma
(Ticaret) ayırım gözetme
(Ticaret) işlemde eşitsizlik yapma
ince farkları görebilme
ince farkları görebilme yeteneği
(against ile) ayrım
{i} ayırma yetkisi
{i} ayrıcalık yapma
(Tıp) Birbirinden ayırt etme, tefrik etme
(Nükleer Bilimler) ayırtetme
aleyhte davranma
ince farkları görebilme kabiliyeti
{i} ayırt etme
(Avrupa Birliği) ayrımcılık

O bana ayrımcılık gibi görünüyor. - That sounds like discrimination to me.

Ülkemizde bu tür bir ayrımcılık çok yaygın değildir. - This type of discrimination isn't very widespread in our country.

{i} zevk, beğeni, güzeli çirkinden ayırabilme yetisi
(Hukuk) ayırımcılık
ayrım (ırk, cinsiyet vb)
discrimination threshold
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) ayrımsanır eşik değeri
discrimination threshold
(Bilgisayar) ayrımsama eşik değeri
discrimination instruction
ayırma komutu
discrimination in education
eğitimde ayırım
discrimination in employment
istihdamda ayırım
discrimination index
(Dilbilim) ayırıcılık göstergesi
discrimination policy
(Politika, Siyaset) ayrım politikası
discrimination tests
(Gıda) farklılık testleri
discrimination tests
(Gıda) ayırma testleri
discrimination threshold
ayrimsanir esik degeri
disability discrimination act 1995
sakatlık ayrımcılık hareket 1995
employment discrimination
(Ticaret) işte ayrımcılık yapma
gender discrimination
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsel ayrım
racial discrimination
price discrimination
farklı fiyat uygulaması
racial discrimination
ırk ayrımı
Ayrımcılık karşıtlığı
ethnic discrimination
etnik ayrımcılık
gender discrimination
Cinsiyet ayrımcılığı
labor market discrimination
İş gücü piyasasında ayrımcılık
non discrimination
Ayırım gözetmeme
positive discrimination
Pozitif ayrımcılık: Yalnızca “dezavantajlı” gruplara mensup bireylere verilen ekstra haklardır. Dezavantajlı gruplar herkesin rahatça kullanabildiği Negatif Hakları çeşitli sebeplerden dolayı kullanamadığı için; onlar ancak bazı özel birtakım haklara sahip olurlarsa çoğunlukla gerçekten eşit olma şansını yakalayabilecekleri için, fazladan haklarla desteklenmelidirler
power of discrimination
ayrımcılık güç
reverse discrimination
ters ayrımcılık
wage discrimination
ücret ayrımcılığı
alarm discrimination
(Askeri) alarm ayırt ediciliği
ethnic discrimination
etnik ayrım
filter discrimination
suzgecin seciciligi
occupational discrimination
(Ticaret) meslek ayırımcılığı
race discrimination
racial discrimination
irk ayrımcılığı
radar discrimination
(Askeri) RADAR AYIRMA KABİLİYETİ: Birbirine çok yakın birden çok hedefi ekran üzerinde ayırma kabiliyeti
sensory discrimination
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) duyusal ayırt etme
signalling message discrimination
imlesim iletisi siniflamasi
tactile discrimination
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) temas ayırt etme
target discrimination
(Askeri) HEDEF AYIRMA YETENEĞİ: Bir güdüm sisteminin birden çok hedef bulması halinde, belirli bir hedefe kilitlenip kendisini bu hedefe sevk etme yeteneği
visual discrimination
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) görsel ayırt etme
Englisch - Englisch
(sometimes discrimination against) distinct treatment of an individual or group to their disadvantage; treatment or consideration based on class or category rather than individual merit; partiality; prejudice; bigotry

sexual or racial discrimination.

a distinction; discernment, the act of discriminating, discerning, distinguishing, noting or perceiving differences between things
The quality of being discriminating, acute discernment, specifically in a learning situation; as to show great discrimination in the choice of means
The state of being discriminated, distinguished from, or set apart
That which discriminates; mark of distinction, a characteristic
unfair treatment of a person or group on the basis of prejudice the cognitive process whereby two or more stimuli are distinguished
Discrimination is knowing what is good or of high quality. They cooked without skill and ate without discrimination
Discrimination is the practice of treating one person or group of people less fairly or less well than other people or groups. She is exempt from sex discrimination laws. discrimination against immigrants
The act of discriminating, distinguishing, or noting and marking differences
The quality of being discriminating; faculty of nicely distinguishing; acute discernment; as, to show great discrimination in the choice of means
The state of being discriminated, distinguished, or set apart
{n} a distinction, separation, mark
The arbitrary imposition of unequal tariffs for substantially the same service
Discrimination is the restrictive treatment of a person or group based on prejudiced assumptions of group characteristics, rather than on individual judgment It is the denial of justice prompted by prejudice
ability to differentiate between visual, auditory, tactual, or other sensory stimuli
In behavioral theory, the learned ability to differentiate between two similar objects or situations
unfair treatment of a person or group on the basis of prejudice
The quality of being discriminating; acute discernment; as to show great discrimination in the choice of means
Adjustable circuitry which ignores or nulls audio responses from a specific conductivity range allowing positive responses to be heard from metals higher in conductivity above the discriminate control setting Designed primarily to eliminate audio response from trash metals See also Motion Discriminator
judge and treat people differently depending on their race, class, sex, etc
Discrimination is the ability to recognize and understand the differences between two things. colour discrimination
the cognitive process whereby two or more stimuli are distinguished
Neutral discernment
Differential responding to stimuli (Anderson)
Prejudice or unjust behavior to others based on differences in age, race, gender, and so on
  Adjustable control circuitry or methods which ignores (or nulls) audio responses from a specific conductivity/phase range allowing positive responses to be heard from metals higher in conductivity above the discriminate control setting Designed primarily to eliminate audio/visual responses from trash (lower conductive) metals Discrimination has greater impact on how a detector operates than any other feature See also Motion Discriminator
The state of being discriminated against, distinguished from, or set apart
To make a distinction, as in favour of or against a person or thing The power of making distinctions; discriminating judgment For example, a person does not get a job because they were known to have made a protected disclosure at their last place of employment
One form of behavior that shows prejudice, but not the only form Discrimination is the failure to treat people in the same way because of a bias toward some of them because of some characteristic - such as race, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability - which is irrelevant to their suitability for something (e g , to occupy housing or to perform a job)
The act of discriminating, distinguishing, or noting/perceiving differences which exist
an unfair difference in treatment
Treatment of staff members and students differing on the basis of gender, age,race, religion or characteristics as defined in legislation
Refusal of an insurer to provide comparable insurance or use comparable rates for certain individuals or groups with basic characteristics the same as those to whom the coverage or rates are offered Unfair discrimination is prohibited by law (G)
That which discriminates; mark of distinction
Unequal treatment of qualified individuals with disabilities as members of the general public Failure to provide reasonable accommodation may also constitute discrimination
* One form of behavior that shows prejudice, but not the only form Discrimination is the failure to treat people in the same way because of a bias toward some of them because of some characteristic--such as race, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability--which is irrelevant to their suitability for something (e g , to occupy housing or to perform a job)
Unfair or unequal treatment of somebody because of his or her age, sex, race, religion or disability
Treatment or consideration based on class or category rather than individual merit; partiality or prejudice: racial discrimination; discrimination against foreigners
Treating one person or group differently from another usually on the basis of race, religion, nationality, sex or certain handicaps For example, a person in a wheelchair is denied a job, or not hired though he is qualified, because he is in a wheelchair
The extent to which the relative frequency of use of the forecasts differs given different observations It is measured in terms of likelihoods (i e , p(f|x)) and is the degree to which the conditional mean forecast (<f>|x) differs from the unconditional mean forecast (<f>), averaged over all observations
{i} discernment; partiality, unequal treatment; ability to choose well (in matters of taste)
(a) In perception, the detection of differences between two stimuli (b) In conditioning, the differential response to the positive (reinforced) stimulus and to the negative (nonreinforced) stimulus See also generalization (c) In social psychology, prejudicial treatment, as in racial discrimination See also prejudice
occurs when a law, program or policy expressly or by effect creates a distinction between groups of individuals which disadvantages one group based on shared personal characteristics of members of that group in a manner inconsistent with human dignity
The act of distinguishing between and among different things It is also a charge brought by people alleging the operation of prejudice When discrimination is done in a way that disadvantages individuals because of accident of birth or condition, it is unlawful Thus discrimination may also be a conclusion of the courts that plaintiffs have shown an adverse impact with regard to the employment of protected class persons and employers have failed to demonstrate business necessity Topic areas: Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Operations Management and Leadership
Discrimination occurs when an individual acts on any set of ideas, beliefs or attitudes that negatively prejudges groups or individuals on the basis of real or alleged characteristics and traits "
to treat one particular group of people less favourably than others because of their race, colour, nationality, or ethnic or national origin The law in Britain recognises two kinds of racial discrimination: direct and indirect Direct discrimination occurs when race, colour, nationality, or ethnic or national origin is used as an explicit reason for discriminating Indirect discrimination occurs when there are rules, regulations or procedures operating, which have the effect of discriminating against certain groups of people This may happen in subtle ways For example, staff at a shop in Blackburn had to wear a uniform skirt, but an Asian woman worker refused for religious reasons A tribunal found the shop guilty of indirect discrimination, because a large number of Asian women would not be able to comply with the rule
When a person is treated less favourably than another person, in the same or similar circumstances; because of their sex, race or other characteristic specified by law (sexuality is not specified by law in WA)
reverse discrimination
The policy or practice of discriminating against members of a designated group which has in the past unfairly received preferential treatment in social, legal, educational, or employment situations, with the intention of benefiting one or more other groups (such as racial, disabled, or gender groups) that have previously been discriminated against

Alan Bakke at the University of California At Davis Medical School, Karen Hopwood at the law school of the University of Texas, and Jennifer Gratz at the University of Michigan all have argued successfully in court that they were the victims of reverse discrimination because blacks were given preferential treatment in the admissions process at these schools.

Sex Discrimination Act
a British law passed in 1975 to prevent sex discrimination (=unfair treatment of someone because of their sex) , especially in employment and education
age discrimination
unfair treatment of people because they are old British Equivalent: ageism
{s} partial, biased; discerning
ethnic discrimination
deprivation of what's due to a particular ethnic group, distinctions in treatment or prejudice based on ethnic differences
freedom from discrimination
freedom from discrimination on the basis of race or sex or nationality or religion or age; guaranteed by federal laws of the United States
fairness in treating people without prejudice
treat everyone equally
positive discrimination
constructive discrimination which is used to help minority groups move ahead after suffering from years of negative discrimination
positive discrimination
Positive discrimination means making sure that people such as women, members of smaller racial groups, and disabled people get a fair share of the opportunities available. American Equivalent: affirmative action
price discrimination
Practice of selling goods or services at different prices to different buyers, even though sales costs are the same for all the transactions. Buyers may be discriminated against on the basis of income, ethnicity, age, or geographic location. For price discrimination to succeed, other entrepreneurs must be unable to purchase goods at the lower price and resell them at a higher one
principle of discrimination
basis of discrimination, principle of making differentiations based on specific characteristics (race, sex, etc.)
religious, racial and sexual discrimination
differentiating between people based on their gender religion or racial background
reverse discrimination
discrimination against members of a majority group as a result of policies that give preference to minorities (such as affirmative action, etc.)
reverse discrimination
Reverse discrimination is the same as positive discrimination. a policy of reverse discrimination in favour of children from poor backgrounds. Discrimination against members of a dominant or majority group, especially when resulting from policies established to correct discrimination against members of a minority or disadvantaged group. the practice of giving unfair treatment to a group of people who usually have advantages, in order to be fair to the group of people who were unfairly treated in the past positive discrimination
sex discrimination
treating people unfairly because they are women, or because they are men
sex discrimination
discriminating against someone because of their gender
sexual discrimination
discrimination (usually in employment) that excludes one sex (usually women) to the benefit of the other sex
without religious racial and sexual discrimination
without any religious or racial or sexual discrimination, not biased or prejudiced against anyone