- adj.种族的，部落的; 某文化群体的;
- 复数: ethnics;
- 副词: ethnically;
The police are trying to recruit more officers from ethnic minorities.
They've been living and working peacefully with members of various ethnic groups.
Beset by ethnic strife, the province remains ungovernable.
The ethnic populations are so intermingled that there's bound to be conflict.
There are still several million ethnic Germans in Russia.
The book explores the connection between American ethnic and regional literatures.
The ministers expressed dismay at the continued practice of ethnic cleansing.
Ethnic tensions among the republics could lead to civil war.
There is a crying need for more magistrates from the ethnic minority communities.
In late May, government forces began the "ethnic cleansing" of the area around the town.
They have redrawn the country's boundaries along ethnic lines.
All Singaporeans have to pass exams in the official language of their ethnic group as well as English.
Ethnic tensions are an old problem here.
To soften a formal look, Caroline recommends ethnic blouses.
They will accept no agreement that legitimizes the ethnic division of the country.
If political and ethnic problems are not resolved the situation could become uncontrollable.
The ethnic minorities will be effectively stateless.
They promote social integration and assimilation of minority ethnic groups into the culture.
Ethnic minorities are continually scapegoated for the lack of jobs.
The last decade has witnessed a serious rise in the levels of racism and hostility to Black and ethnic groups.
He acknowledged that Mr Taylor's colour and ethnic origins were utterly irrelevant in the circumstances.
He said senior government officials were trying to stir up ethnic tension.
These institutions have made the assertion of ethnic identity possible.
This music would sound more ethnic if you played it in steel drums.
Some 90 % of its 2 m people are ethnic Albanians ( Kosovars ) who want independence.
Ethnic Composition: Most of all people are belongingto Poliynesian are European.
Discrimination against ethnic minorities could hamper Hong Kong's bid to become a world class city.
Neighbouring governments this time must also do more to dampen sectarian and ethnic tensions.
The advantages, not surprisingly, were greater for African Americans, who are more likely to develop high blood pressure than other ethnic groups, and for the elderly, since blood vessels stiffen with age, which can lead to higher blood pressure.
Students are placed in small groups with counselors ( ' , trained seniors on campus); they have access to cultural and ethnic affinity ( ' , 联 系 ) groups, tutoring centers and also have a summer orientation specifically for first-generation students ( ' , the latter being one of the most common programs for students).
African Americans fare better than many other ethnic groups.
A new term is created to address African AmericansAll ethnic groups share the nation's continued progress.
The growing conflicts among ethnic groups.
You will also see a wide range of ethnic groups and nationals of practically every country
This is then coupled to a school's picture of what a diverse class should look like, with the result that passport, ethnic origin and sex can all become influencing factors.
1. denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people;
"influenced by ethnic and cultural ties"- J.F.Kennedy
2. not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam