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colour bar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcolour barˈcolour bar noun [countable usually singular] British English  PREJUDICEDa set of laws or social customs that prevents people of different races from going to the same places or taking part in the same activities syn color line American English
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colour barI wonder if there could have been a colour bar in operation around here, because our school was completely white.There is a colour bar, that is for certain.Joe Louis had broken the colour bar.
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