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im·par·tial

 (ĭm-pär′shəl)
adj.
Not partial or biased; unprejudiced. See Synonyms at fair1.

im′par·ti·al′i·ty (-shē-ăl′ĭ-tē), im·par′tial·ness n.
im·par′tial·ly adv.

impartial

(ɪmˈpɑːʃəl)
adj
not prejudiced towards or against any particular side or party; fair; unbiased
imˌpartiˈality, imˈpartialness n
imˈpartially adv

im•par•tial

(ɪmˈpɑr ʃəl)

adj.
not partial or biased; fair; just: an impartial judge.
[1585–95]
im•par`ti•al′i•ty (-ʃiˈæl ɪ ti) im•par′tial•ness, n.
im•par′tial•ly, adv.
syn: See fair1.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.impartial - showing lack of favoritism; "the cold neutrality of an impartial judge"
fair, just - free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules; "a fair referee"; "fair deal"; "on a fair footing"; "a fair fight"; "by fair means or foul"
partial - showing favoritism
2.impartial - free from undue bias or preconceived opinions; "an unprejudiced appraisal of the pros and cons"; "the impartial eye of a scientist"
receptive, open - ready or willing to receive favorably; "receptive to the proposals"

impartial

adjective neutral, objective, detached, just, fair, equal, open-minded, equitable, disinterested, unbiased, even-handed, nonpartisan, unprejudiced, without fear or favour, nondiscriminating They offer impartial advice, guidance and information to students.
unfair, prejudiced, biased, partial, influenced, swayed, unjust, bigoted

impartial

adjective
2. Not inclining toward or actively taking either side in a matter under dispute:
Idiom: on the fence.
Translations
غَيْرُ مُتَحَيِّزٍنَزيه، غَيْر مُنْحاز
nestranný
upartisk
unparteiischunparteilich
erapooletu
puolueeton
nepristran
óhlutdrægur
偏らない
공평한
bešališkai
objektīvstaisnīgs
nestranný
nepristranski
objektiv
ไม่ลำเอียง
không thiên vị

impartial

[ɪmˈpɑːʃəl] ADJimparcial

impartial

[ɪmˈpɑːrʃəl] adj [observer, judge, advice, opinion] → impartial(e)

impartial

impartial

[ɪmˈpɑːʃl] adjimparziale

impartial

(imˈpaːʃəl) adjective
not favouring one person etc more than another. an impartial judge.
imˈpartially adverb
imˌpartiˈality (-ʃiˈӕ-) noun

impartial

غَيْرُ مُتَحَيِّزٍ nestranný upartisk unparteiisch αμερόληπτος imparcial puolueeton impartial nepristran imparziale 偏らない 공평한 onpartijdig upartisk bezstronny imparcial беспристрастный objektiv ไม่ลำเอียง yansız không thiên vị 不偏不倚的

impartial

a. imparcial.
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here then, from three impartial witnesses, i had a deliberate statement of the entire case.
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I look at those boys," the philosopher was accustomed to say, "with a perfectly impartial eye; I dismiss the unimportant accident of their birth from all consideration; and I find them below the average in every respect.
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