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anti-apartheid, adjective

Origin:
EnglishShow more English prefix anti- against + apartheid.
Of or pertaining to (organized groups working in) opposition to institutionalized apartheid; against apartheid.
1963 K. Mackenzie Dragon to Kill 129He now took little active interest in politics except to give this annual Christmas party to which anyone concerned in the anti-apartheid struggle was welcome.
1993 H. Tyson Editors under Fire 11The first waves were designed to alienate our Afrikaans readers, many of whom were still anti-apartheid in their political views.
Of or pertaining to (organized groups working in) opposition to institutionalized apartheid; against apartheid.
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Hence anti-apartheid noun; anti-apartheider noun.
1972 E. Prov. Herald 9 Oct. 2New management revival for US anti-apartheiders.
1990 D. Beckett in Frontline Sept. 30He’s moved into a whole new realm — beyond anti-apartheid, or post post-apartheid.

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