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marginalized

[ mahr-juh-nl-ahyzd ]
/ ˈmɑr dʒə nlˌaɪzd /
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adjective

placed in a position of little or no importance, influence, or power: Technology has the power to amplify the voices of marginalized communities and strengthen our democracy.

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Also especially British, mar·gin·al·ised .

Origin of marginalized

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