Segregative



verb (used with object), segregated, segregating.
1.
to separate or set apart from others or from the main body or group; isolate:
to segregate exceptional children; to segregate hardened criminals.
2.
to require, by law or custom, the separation of (an ethnic, racial, religious, or other minority group) from the dominant majority.
verb (used without object), segregated, segregating.
3.
to separate, withdraw, or go apart; separate from the main body and collect in one place; become segregated.
4.
to practice, require, or enforce segregation, especially racial segregation.
5.
Genetics. (of allelic genes) to separate during meiosis.
noun
6.
a segregated thing, person, or group.
verb
1.
to set or be set apart from others or from the main group
2.
(transitive) to impose segregation on (a racial or minority group)
3.
(genetics, metallurgy) to undergo or cause to undergo segregation

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