[ UK /ɐpˈɑːθe‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈpɑɹˌtaɪd, əˈpɑɹˌtaɪt/ ]
  1. a social policy or racial segregation involving political and economic and legal discrimination against people who are not Whites; the former official policy in South Africa
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How To Use apartheid In A Sentence

  • In fact, up to the mid-1950s the Ministry went by the name of Irrigation, with none other than the practitioner of apartheid baaskap, J G Strijdom, the responsible Minister. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • If we had not gone, the dismantling of apartheid would have taken 25 years more. Times, Sunday Times
  • Die blote feit dat ek in besit is en aangehaal het uit Rubin se publikasie sou onder Apartheid beteken het dat ek self in die tronk sou beland het. SPEECH BY ANNELIZ� VAN WYK DURING THE STATE OF THE NATION DEBATE
  • Williamson is well known to have been a highly successful spy, and high up in the apartheid regime's disinformation network.
  • A corollary to Godwin's Law, and as much of a thread quasher, must be hyperbolic reference to Mandela, Apartheid or the effectiveness / appropriateness of the anti-apartheid movement. Newmatilda.com - Comments
  • Apartheid used tribalism as the basis of its "divide-and-rule" homeland policies.
  • Under apartheid she and her husband enjoyed vast protection and sheltered employment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet of course it is they who practiced linguistic apartheid, and the system we propose which could bring this to an end.
  • We urgently need to build a solidarity movement on the scale of those against South African apartheid and the Vietnam War in the past.
  • The problem is, there needs to be apartheid to start an anti-apartheid movement.
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