English version

xenophobia

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishxenophobiaxen‧o‧pho‧bi‧a /ˌzenəˈfəʊbiə $ -ˈfoʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  PREJUDICEDstrong fear or dislike of people from other countriessee thesaurus at prejudicexenophobic adjective
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xenophobiaThis sense is often identified with nationalism and patriotism which can be dangerously close to racism, chauvinism and xenophobia.Was it an outburst of fanatical xenophobia led by monks and friars?In an atmosphere of growing xenophobia many foreigners were deported or even imprisoned.Emmen's result indicates that the process is institutionalising xenophobia.Finance is again king, cemented by romanticism about retaining political sovereignty over the pound and laced with not a little xenophobia.We ourselves were unaware of the dimensions of this new xenophobia.Money was a less direct factor here: high unemployment and reliable xenophobia were sufficient justifications.One form this took was xenophobia.
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