Definition of discriminative in English:



  • See discriminate

    • ‘This should not be taken to mean a discriminative action however, it is the responsibility on the part of the government to ensure safe protection to all its citizens.’
    • ‘But it is no use satisfying the listeners of our conceptual talk if we cannot make any related changes in the real world of racially discriminative actions and consequences.’
    • ‘The initial step to deal with discrimination is to introduce a structural change in discriminative legislation and redistribution of economic and political resources.’
    • ‘In the market-relations approach deemed to be egalitarian, racial inequality results from irrational prejudice or discriminative monopolistic practices.’
    • ‘Departmental goals are likely to be long term, but can often be broken down into subgoals that retain potent discriminative qualities.’