Race Relations Act

Race Relations Act,

How To Define Race Relations Act?

A British government law introduced in 1976 prohibits discrimination against individuals based on color, race, nationality or ethnicity.

Literal Meanings of Race Relations Act

Race:

Meanings of Race:
  1. Compete with one or more others to find out who can complete a specific course or reach a goal faster.

  2. Proceed at full speed.

  3. A competition between runners, horses, carts, boats, etc. Find out who is the fastest to cover a certain distance.

  4. A strong or fast current flows in a narrow channel of an ocean or stream.

  5. Waterways, especially drains built for transportation on or off the surface of water, such as in factories or mines

  6. In the event of a slip, a slot or guide through which the ball or roller bearing operates.

  7. Each major group in which humanity is viewed (in a different theory or perspective) must be classified according to physical characteristics or common ancestry.

  8. Ginger root.

Sentences of Race
  1. Collect blood samples from horses before the animals run.

  2. I ran home

  3. I won the first 50 laps of the race.

  4. Tuna fishing in the sea rush

  5. Milling water flow and the bottom of the chimney are still visible.

  6. People of every race, color and creed

Synonyms of Race

hare, compete, scurry, aqueduct, racial type, spank along, dart, shoot, contend, channel, sprint, waterway, speed, spillway, bound, charge, go hell for leather, run, scamper, scramble, career, ethnic group

Relations:

Meanings of Relations:
  1. The way two or more people or things are connected to each other, their effect or compatibility with others.

  2. A person who is related by blood or is married to a relative.

  3. Storytelling

Sentences of Relations
  1. Questions about the relationship between writing and reality

  2. No close relatives

  3. It has been corrupted by some people who see relationships as a reflection in this story.

Synonyms of Relations

relationship, correlation, litany, one's own flesh and blood, interrelation, correspondence, parallel, relative, catalogue, specification, member of the family, itemizing, interconnection, list, association, connection, detailing, alliance, tie-up, bond

Act:

Meanings of Act:
  1. Take action, do something.

  2. Follow the prompts.

  3. Work has special effects.

  4. Play an imaginary role in the production of a drama, film or television.

  5. One thing acted.

  6. An excuse.

  7. A written order from Congress or another legislature affects legislation.

  8. The core of a play, ballet or opera.

  9. American College Test.

Sentences of Act
  1. Appeal to Washington to work

  2. They are following the person who is making the suspicious move

  3. Blood samples are analyzed to determine how the drug works in the body.

  4. He made his professional debut at the age of six.

  5. He plays a lot and laughs

  6. End of slavery

  7. The first action

Synonyms of Act

manoeuvre, canon, posture, deed, stunt, Act of Parliament, be an actor, charade, law, perform, exploit, part, feat, play, do something, requirement, division, take part, modify, play a part, decree, work on, have an impact on, venture, front, judgement, be an actress, take steps