inequality or difference in some respect
the state of being unequal; difference
Origin: From disparité.
inequality; difference in age, rank, condition, or excellence; dissimilitude; -- followed by between, in, of, as to, etc.; as, disparity in, or of, years; a disparity as to color
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
dis-par′i-ti, n. inequality: unlikeness so great as to render comparison difficult and union unsuitable.
The numerical value of disparity in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of disparity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It is not poverty but an economic disparity that breeds crime and the biggest depravity begets out of only materialistic mentality.
We have the existing disparity between ECB policy and Fed policy. Certainly quantitative easing is priced in to a large extent but not fully.
Statistically, it's hard to say that our society values African-American lives as much as white lives, you can look at almost any number and it suggests a disparity.
There is a great disparity between the protection enshrined by the law and women’s lives and experiences, and land security for millions of women and their children remains tenuous.
Compare that to investment of around 100 times that amount for renewable power generation technologies over the same timeframe, a disparity in policy support is the main reason for this.
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- несъответствие, несъразмерност, разлика, неравенствоBulgarian
- eroavuus, erilaisuusFinnish
- onevenredigheid, ongelijkheidDutch
- несоотве́тствие, несоразме́рность, разли́чие, нера́венствоRussian
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