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miscegenation
[ˌmɪsɪdʒəˈneɪʃn] [ˌmɪsɪdʒəˈneɪʃn]

  • n. 种族混合;(尤指白人和非白人)异族通婚

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  [遗] 异族通婚

... miscarriagespontaneousabortion小产自然流产 miscegenation异族通婚 miscellaneous杂项表 ...

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  混血

... misanthropy n.厌恶人类;厌世者 miscegenation n.人种混杂;混血 misogamy n.厌恶结婚 ...

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  种族混合

... Mulatto 白人和黑人的混血儿白黑混血儿 Amerasian 美亚混血儿 miscegenation 种族混合,,杂婚 ...

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  种族通婚

... miscast 指配不当 miscegenation 种族通婚 miscellanea n.杂集;杂录 ...

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短语

miscegenation detail 异族通婚 ; 种族通婚

anti-miscegenation laws 反异族通婚法

Anti-Miscegenation Law 禁止异族通婚法案

anti-miscegenation statutes 反异族通婚法

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  • 混种
    异族通婚
    种族通婚

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miscegenation [ ,misidʒi'neiʃən ]

  • n. reproduction by parents of different races (especially by white and non-white persons)

    同义词: crossbreeding interbreeding

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

miscegenation /ˌmɪsɪdʒɪˈneɪʃən/

  • 1. 

    N interbreeding of races, esp where differences of pigmentation are involved 种族混合

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  • The BNP says that it does not, nor will it ever, "accept miscegenation as moral or normal".

    国家,该党现在不会,将来也不会承认异族通婚道德正常的”。

    article.yeeyan.org

  • The mixing of RACES (or miscegenation) was usually considered as something to be avoided in the name of racial purity.

    种族混合(通婚)通常认为避免保持种族纯度

    dict.kekenet.com

  • Many Chinese will take no less kindly to being told the tiger is an undistinguished mongrel, and that miscegenation is the way forward.

    许多中国人仍然断定老虎普通混血动物,而且是以混种的方法来形成的。

    chazidian.com

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  • The court struck down what were known as anti-miscegenation laws in the sixteen states that still had them.

    VOA: special.2011.06.06

  • PS we've already gone through anti-miscegenation kinds of restrictions on marriage. -Yes.

    而且,我们已经经历了“反对种族通婚法“这样的事,那是对于婚姻的一种限制,-是的。

    普林斯顿公开课 - 人性课程节选

  • Even granting that the case of homosexuals is more complex than the case of miscegenation, the state should presume against discriminating—especially when handing out something as important as a marriage licence.

    ECONOMIST: Gay marriage

  • That we are of the same generation is significant, I think, because we are of a generation that came out of that moment when there were still over 20 states that had anti-miscegenation laws, and that we grew up in a time when those laws were gradually changing and being done away with.

    NPR: Natasha Trethewey: If My Mom Could See Us Now

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