What does segregated mean?
Definitions for segregated
ˈsɛg rɪˌgeɪ tɪdseg·re·gat·ed
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separated or isolated from others or a main group
"a segregated school system"; "a segregated neighborhood"
Separated or isolated from others, or from another group.
Having access restricted to certain groups, or excluding certain groups.
detached or scattered into groups.
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The numerical value of segregated in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of segregated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of segregated in a Sentence
Due to the discriminatory and segregated past of swimming, Black families have been taught to fear swimming instead of embrace it.
Customer information segregated from any other systems is a great idea, the separation of functions and infrastructure is an admirable tactic in protecting all systems. Limiting security privileges to what is necessary for business is common in security defenses, and is something that is typically assessed when companies are close partners or are in a vendor/customer relationship.
If we as a society aren't willing to deal honestly with issue of race, then we can't just expect police departments to solve these problems, if communities are being isolated and segregated, without opportunity and without investment and without jobs -- if we politicians are simply ramping up long sentences for nonviolent drug crimes that end up devastating communities, we can't then ask the police to be the ones to solve the problem when there are no able-bodied men in the community, or kids are growing up without intact households.
He is obsessed with pushing racially-divisive rhetoric and policies into every aspect of public life, if the Senate were to confirm him, they’d be giving an individual who advocated for racially segregated schools, opposed the civil rights laws of the 1960s, and who used his platform as a professor to indoctrinate young Americans in his divisive world view a seat at the highest levels of our federal government.
It was not segregated between Games-related expenses and any other not directly related items.
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