Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Discriminated"s

Il significato di "Discriminated" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa discriminated against?
A: Discriminated against is for someone or a group of people to make an unfair or harsh distinction between people for their race, color, gender, sexual orientation, disability or more

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Q: Qual è la differenza tra discriminated e discriminated Against e discriminated in ?
A: Discriminated means that you’re being unfair to someone or something. Most times it has to do with race, age, sex

Discriminated against is pretty much means the same as discriminated except you’re directing it towards someone, something, or people
Q: Qual è la differenza tra He has been discriminated against by a colleague or boss e He had been discriminated by a colleague or boss ?
A: Both are past tense however "He has been discriminated against" feels more recent as in "he has (just now) been discriminated"
The second one "he had been" gives a feeling that someone is recalling that it happened (maybe yesterday or weeks/months/years ago)

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Q: A ‘foreigner’ literally refers to an ‘outsider’ and this ‘outsider’ means ‘outsider in the society’. Those who are called ‘foreigners’ and discriminated because of their skin colours and appearances are excluded to the outside the society. In other words, what it’s like to be ‘Japanese people’ from their point of view refers to a person who belongs to the society’s in-group, where ‘foreigners’ can never get into and are excluded from. sembra naturale?
A: × A ‘foreigner’ literally refers to an ‘outsider’ and this ‘outsider’ means ‘outsider in the society’.
✓ A ‘foreigner’ literally refers to an ‘outsider’ that is, an outsider in the society.

× Those who are called ‘foreigners’ and discriminated because of their skin colours and appearances are excluded to the outside the society.
✓ Those who are called ‘foreigners’ are discriminated against because of their skin colour and appearance are excluded from society.

× In other words, what it’s like to be ‘Japanese people’ from their point of view refers to a person who belongs to the society’s in-group, where ‘foreigners’ can never get into and are excluded from.
✓ As such, they will never know what it’s like to be ‘Japanese’, as to be Japanese is to be included in society and treated equally rather than be excluded and discriminated against.

Q: She was afraid of being discriminated against by speaking bad English. sembra naturale?
A: She was afraid of being discriminated against for speaking bad English.

“by” marks the person who is doing the discriminating:

She was afraid of being discriminated against by rude people who hate tourists.
Q: I've never been discriminated from other people. sembra naturale?
A: I've never been discriminated *by* other people.

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