- noun the ability to know or see the difference between two similar things
- noun the practice of treating people in different ways because of class, religion, race, language, colour, or sex
- The ability to make fine distinctions. For example, to be able to distinguish between two almost identical values.
- The ability to convert a frequency-modulated or phase-modulated signal into an amplitude-modulated signal.
- In a tuned circuit, the extent to which unwanted signals are rejected. For example, to be able to tune to a specific frequency within a band, while rejecting all others.
- noun the unfair treatment of someone because of their colour, class, language, race, religion, sex or a disability
- noun good judgement and decision making
- noun action which treats different groups of people in different ways, sometimes unfairly
- noun the act of treating one person or group unfairly, usually because of prejudice about race, ethnicity, age, religion or gender
- noun the act of treating people in different ways because of class, religion, race, language, colour or sex