Hindi translation of 'prejudice'
prejudice /ˈpredʒʊdɪs ˈप्रेजुडिस्/
Word forms: prejudices, prejudicing, prejudiced
1. variable noun
Prejudice is an unreasonable dislike of someone or something, or an unreasonable preference for one group over another.
The survey found that there is prejudice against working mothers.
prejudice against someone
2. transitive verb
To prejudice someone or something means to influence them in such a way that they are no longer fair and objective.
पूर्वाग्रह से ग्रस्त करना
Dawson prejudiced the jury against him by using bad language during his trial.
3. transitive verb
If someone prejudices another person's situation, they do something which makes it worse than it should be.
प्रतिकूल प्रभाव डालना
Having children is going to prejudice your chances of getting a job overseas.
prejudicial /ˌpredʒʊˈdɪʃəl ˌप्रेजुˈडिशल्/ adjective
If an action or situation is prejudicial to someone or something, it is harmful to them.[formal]
You could face up to eight years in jail for spreading rumours considered prejudicial to security.
The judge agreed with the prosecution that such information would be too prejudicial for the jury to hear.
prejudicial to someone/something
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Example Sentences Including 'prejudice'
But the prejudice of the public against such a practice is too great.The Complete Stories Volume 2
By the laws of Robotics, he'd be incapable of harming humans, incapable of tyranny, of corruption, of stupidity, of prejudice.The Complete Stories Volume 2
But he knew the voice was lying, blinded by prejudice and the blood of his family which had been so freely spilt.Wall Games
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'prejudice' in Other Languages
- Arabic: إجْحَاف
- Brazilian Portuguese: preconceito
- Chinese: 偏见
- Croatian: predrasuda
- Czech: předsudek
- Danish: fordom
- Dutch: vooroordeel
- European Spanish: prejuicio
- Finnish: ennakkoluulo
- French: préjugé
- German: Vorurteil
- Greek: προκατάληψη
- Italian: pregiudizio
- Japanese: 偏見
- Korean: 편견
- Norwegian: fordom
- Polish: uprzedzenie
- Portuguese: preconceito
- Romanian: prejudecată prejudecăți
- Russian: предубеждение
- Spanish: prejuicio
- Swedish: fördom
- Thai: อคติ
- Turkish: önyargı
- Ukrainian: упередження
- Vietnamese: định kiến
Translation of prejudice from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary