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bi·ased

also bi·assed  (bī′əst)
adj.
Marked by or exhibiting bias; prejudiced: gave a biased account of the trial.

bi•ased

(ˈbaɪ əst)

adj.
having or showing bias.
Also, esp. Brit., bi′assed.
[1605–15]
bi′ased•ly; esp. Brit., bi′assed•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.biased - favoring one person or side over another; "a biased account of the trial"; "a decision that was partial to the defendant"
partial - showing favoritism

biased

biased

also biassed
adjective
Translations
مُتَحَيِّزمُتَحَيِّز مع
předpojatýzaujatý
forudindtaget
puolueellinen
pristran
偏った
편견을 가진
pristranski
jävig
ซึ่งลำเอียง
thiên vị

biased

biassed [ˈbaɪəst] ADJparcial

biased

[ˈbaɪəst] adj [person, process, system] → partial(e); [judgement, language] → montrant un parti pris; [reporting] → tendancieux/euse
to be biased [person] → n'être pas impartial(e)
to be biased against → avoir un préjugé contre
to be biased towards, to be biased in favour of → favoriser

biased

, (US) biassed
adjvoreingenommen, befangen; … but then I’m biased… aber ich bin natürlich voreingenommen or befangen; biased toward(s) somebody/somethinggegenüber jdm/einer Sache voreingenommen; biased in favour (Brit) or favor (US) of/againstvoreingenommen für/gegen

biased

biassed [ˈbaɪəst] adjparziale
to be biased against → essere prevenuto/a contro

bias

(ˈbaiəs) noun
1. favouring of one or other (side in an argument etc) rather than remaining neutral. a bias against people of other religions.
2. a weight on or in an object (eg a bowl for playing bowls) making it move in a particular direction.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈbias(s)ed
to influence (usually unfairly). He was biased by the report in the newspapers.
ˈbias(s)ed adjective
(negative unbias(s)ed) favouring one side rather than another. a biased judgement.

biased

مُتَحَيِّز předpojatý forudindtaget voreingenommen προκατειλημμένος parcial, tendencioso puolueellinen partial pristran parziale 偏った 편견을 가진 bevooroordeeld ensidig stronniczy tendencioso предвзятый jävig ซึ่งลำเอียง yanlı thiên vị 有偏见的
References in classic literature ?
I have no doubt that I was biased, but I think it was blamelessly.
I should like to conclude the chapter with the above appeal, but cannot, owing to my anxiety to repel a charge often made against whalemen, and which, in the estimation of some already biased minds, might be considered as indirectly substantiated by what has been said of the Frenchman's two whales.
Secretly I wanted to believe all these kind sayings, but I could not; I was afraid that my masters' partiality for me, and pride in me, biased their judgment.
When film was developed it was originally biased towards white people.
Using both the IAT data and the worker performance data, they found that minority workers performed worse on days they were scheduled to work under biased managers.
The people who are not present biased had, on average, about 19% more in savings than those who value tradeoffs much differently over the short term and the long term," the Center for Retirement Research said in an examination of the NBER study.
For Republican presidential contenders challenged by the media, the go-to answer has become a claim of victimhood: You are biased against us.
Biased Signaling in Physiology, Pharmacology and Therapeutics
As for the question of whether or not anyone should care about media bias, the author points to empirical studies suggesting that biased news routines can influence public opinion and voting behavior.
For example, a biased physician might wrongly perceive that a black patient with uncontrolled high blood pressure is uncooperative and unlikely to adhere to a more intensive treatment regimen.
Skills related to implicit bias include intentionality in thought and behavior and long-term commitment to changing biased thought patterns.
State definitively whether forecasts are biased or make objective judgments about whether the situation has improved or deteriorated.