verbde·seg·re·gat·ed, de·seg·re·gat·ing, de·seg·re·gates
- To abolish or eliminate segregation in.
- To open (a school or workplace, for example) to members of all races or ethnic groups, especially by force of law.
(third-person singular simple present desegregates, present participle desegregating, simple past and past participle desegregated)
- To remove segregation by allowing access to something by people of all races or ethnicity
desegregate - Legal Definition