Hindi translation of 'biased'
biased /baɪəst बाइअस्ट्/
1. adjective after link verb
Someone or something that is biased towards one thing is more concerned with it than with other things.
University funding was tremendously biased towards scientists.
biased against someone/something
biased in favour of/towards someone/something
a biased opinion/sample/referee/judge
If someone or something is biased, they show prejudice against one group and favouritism towards another, or are influenced so much by something that any judgment they make is likely to be unfair.
She claimed that judges were biased against women victims.
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Example Sentences Including 'biased'
The last minute on a cassette is biased electronically and the image can go screwy.C B Greenfield - A Little Madness
They didn't care if what they heard was biased , or blatantly untrue.Yellow Bird
Stella knew she wasn't being biased -- Amelia was the prettiest child there, for sure.JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
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'biased' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُتَحَيِّز
- Brazilian Portuguese: tendencioso tendenciosa
- Chinese: 有偏见的
- Croatian: pristran pristrana
- Czech: předpojatý
- Danish: forudindtaget
- Dutch: bevooroordeeld
- European Spanish: parcial
- Finnish: puolueellinen
- French: partial
- German: voreingenommen
- Greek: προκατειλημμένος προκατειλημμένη
- Italian: parziale
- Japanese: 偏った
- Korean: 편견을 가진
- Norwegian: ensidig
- Polish: stronniczy stronnicza
- Portuguese: tendencioso tendenciosa
- Romanian: părtinitor părtinitor, părtinitoare, părtinitori, părtinitoare
- Russian: предвзятый
- Spanish: tendencioso tendenciosa
- Swedish: jävig jävigt
- Thai: ซึ่งลำเอียง
- Turkish: yanlı
- Ukrainian: упереджений
- Vietnamese: thiên vị
Translation of biased from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary