Definition of ethnicity
1 : ethnic quality or affiliation aspects of ethnicity
2 : a particular ethnic affiliation or group students of diverse ethnicities
Examples of ethnicity in a sentence
a university that aggressively recruits a student body of diverse ethnicities
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Mr. Basuki remains popular with middle-class Jakartans of all ethnicities and has rebounded in the polls since being charged with blasphemy in November.
The performers — 10 women of various ages and ethnicities who are professional actors and friends of the organizers — wore pantsuits (cream, red, gray, navy), and each held a pair of scissors.
(The employment rate for prime-aged workers by race and ethnicity is not seasonally adjusted.)
The journalist's ethnicity might not be newsworthy, if the very concept of cultural and national identity weren't playing such an outsized role in the 2016 election.
Western aid agencies say that a series of interlocking conflicts over minerals, land, ethnicity and political divisions during the past 20 years has killed millions.
The fight between the two main contenders has not been pretty, bringing delicate issues of ethnicity and religion into a mayoral election in a way never seen here before.
The study participants were largely white and suburban, so results may not apply to all races and ethnicities.
The label of terrorism implies that their violence emerged from those opinions and religions and ethnicities.
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