English version

non-white

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Nationality & race
non-whiteˌnon-ˈwhite noun [countable]  SANSARsomeone who does not belong to a white raceCaucasiannon-white adjective
Examples from the Corpus
non-whiteThe Lord Chancellor's Department has introduced open competition, and encouraged more women and non-whites to apply.Women and non-whites are likely to experience particular difficulty.The majority of the downtrodden are non-white.Among the highest in the city: the William Lloyd Garrison School, with 96. 8 per cent non-white.There were no non-whites in either branch studied.The white one would come up to him, smile and introduce the non-white one.It was argued that the rule of having only Yorkshire-born players was the perfect way of keeping out the non-whites.By and large these youngsters had few social contacts with non-whites.
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