# inequality

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**inequality**— I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Lack of equality Nouns inequality, disparity, imparity, odds, difference; unevenness; imbalance, partiality, double standard; shortcoming; makeweight; superiority; inferiority.See injustice. Verbs be… …22

**inequality**— noun Dominicans spoke out against the social inequality in their country Syn: imbalance, inequity, inconsistency, variation, variability; divergence, polarity, disparity, discrepancy, dissimilarity, difference; bias, prejudice, discrimination,… …23

**inequality**— nelygybė statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. inequality vok. Ungleichheit, f; Ungleichung, f rus. неравенство, n pranc. inégalité, f …24

**inequality**— See equality …25

**inequality**— Synonyms and related words: antagonism, argumentation, asperity, bias, bumpiness, capriciousness, changeability, changeableness, choppiness, clashing, conflict, contradiction, contrariety, contrast, controversy, cragginess, dappleness, departure …26

**inequality**— inÂ·eÂ·qualÂ·iÂ·ty || â€šÉªnÉª kwÉ‘lÉ™tÉª / kwÉ’l n. lack of equality, disparity; unfairness, unfair treatment; lack of uniformity …27

**inequality**— noun (plural inequalities) 1》 lack of equality. 2》 Mathematics a symbolic expression of the fact that two quantities are not equal, employing a sign such as ≠ ‘not equal to’, > ‘greater than’, or < ‘less than’. 3》 archaic lack of smoothness …28

**inequality**— n. 1. Disparity, difference, diversity. 2. Unevenness, irregularity, roughness. 3. Unfairness, injustice, inequitable character. 4. Inadequacy, insufficiency, incompetency. 5. (Alg.) Inequation …29

**inequality**— noun plural inequalities (C, U) an unfair situation, in which some groups in society have less money, influence, or opportunity than others: the inequalities still suffered by disabled people …30

**inequality**— n 1. disparity, imparity, imbalance, unevenness, incongruity, disproportion; discrepancy, inconsistency, inconformity, nonconformity; difference, dissimilarity, unlikeness, dissimilitude, contrast, confliction. 2. injustice, unfairness;… …31

**inequality**— in·equality …32

**inequality**— noun Syn: imbalance, inequity, inconsistency, disparity, discrepancy, dissimilarity, difference, bias, prejudice, discrimination, unfairness Ant: equality …33

**inequality**— Неравенство …34

**inequality**— [ˌɪnɪˈkwɒləti] noun [C/U] an unfair situation in which some people have more opportunities, power, or money than other people Ant: equality …35

**inequality**— in•e•qual•i•ty [[t]ˌɪn ɪˈkwɒl ɪ ti[/t]] n. pl. ties 1) the condition of being unequal; lack of equality; disparity 2) injustice; partiality 3) unevenness, as of surface 4) an instance of unevenness 5) variableness, as of climate 6) astron. a) any …36

**inequality**— n. (pl. ies) 1 a lack of equality in any respect. b an instance of this. 2 the state of being variable. 3 (of a surface) irregularity. 4 Math. a formula affirming that two expressions are not equal. Etymology: ME f. OF inequaliteacute or L… …37

**Inequality Reexamined**— is a book by Amartya Sen (first published by Harvard University Press).In Inequality Reexamined Amartya Sen evaluates the different perspectives of the general notion of inequality, focusing mainly on his well known capability approach. The… …38

**Inequality (disambiguation)**— Inequality may refer to:* Inequality (mathematics) * Social inequality * Economic inequality * International inequality * Inequalities (1934) is the title of a mathematics book by G. H. Hardy, J. E. Littlewood, and G. Polya …39

**Inequality (mathematics)**— Not to be confused with Inequation. Less than and Greater than redirect here. For the use of the < and > signs as punctuation, see Bracket. More than redirects here. For the UK insurance brand, see RSA Insurance Group. The feasible regions… …40

**Inequality of arithmetic and geometric means**— In mathematics, the inequality of arithmetic and geometric means, or more briefly the AM GM inequality, states that the arithmetic mean of a list of non negative real numbers is greater than or equal to the geometric mean of the same list; and… …