Definition of 'impartial'
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Sympathy is the easy option but the moon cools emotions so you can give a relative, or close friend, the impartial advice that helps so much more. The Sun (2016)We are told our impartial civil service is the envy of others. The Sun (2016)Now we are much better known as the place to go for impartial employment advice. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So there will be free impartial guidance available to all. The Sun (2015)Get free and impartial expert advice to find the best deal for you. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It will provide free and impartial advice and guidance on how to take a complaint forward. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Always think like a local and get impartial local advice. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Get free & impartial advice from experts to find the best deal for you. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The only way an investor can be sure he or she is getting impartial advice is by paying by fee. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The moon cools your emotions so you can give a relative or close friend the impartial advice that really helps. The Sun (2011)Its advice is impartial and free. The Sun (2015)The industry takes its responsibility to provide fair, impartial investment research very seriously. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But can your critic remain impartial while commenting on a member of the Sun team? The Sun (2008)That's probably why others come to you for advice or for an impartial opinion on something. The Sun (2015)Workers nearing retirement will be given free impartial financial guidance from next April. Times, Sunday Times (2014)With free impartial advice readily available, beginning the process of saving becomes much easier. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Well the free and impartial bit is good, but the guidance bit is less positive. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They say the service is impartial and free, and they will send a courier around with some forms to sign. Times, Sunday Times (2015)At the world economic forum at Davos last year he noted that the most successful economies are underpinned by fair elections and impartial justice. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Moreover, she has to do this while remaining scrupulously impartial and keeping the viewer entertained with talk of trade deals and employment figures. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He is said to have riled them by making negative comments about players - when they thought he should remain impartial as a host. The Sun (2013)You try to remain objective and impartial, to distance yourself and not form a view - which would be unhelpful. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Moreover, she is being asked to do this while remaining scrupulously impartial and keeping the viewer entertained with talk of trade deals, tariffs and employment figures. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'impartial'
British English: impartial /ɪmˈpɑːʃəl/ ADJECTIVE
If you are impartial, you are able to act fairly because you are not personally involved in a situation.
...impartial advice on which products best suit the customer's needs.
- American English: impartial
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مُتَحَيِّزٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: imparcial
- Chinese: 不偏不倚的
- Croatian: nepristran
- Czech: nestranný
- Danish: upartisk
- Dutch: onpartijdig
- European Spanish: imparcial
- Finnish: puolueeton
- French: impartial
- German: unparteiisch
- Greek: αμερόληπτος
- Italian: imparziale
- Japanese: 偏らない
- Korean: 공평한
- Norwegian: upartisk
- Polish: bezstronny
- European Portuguese: imparcial
- Romanian: imparțial
- Russian: беспристрастный
- Spanish: imparcial
- Swedish: objektiv
- Thai: ไม่ลำเอียง
- Turkish: yansız
- Ukrainian: неупереджений
- Vietnamese: không thiên vị
Definition of impartial from the Collins English Dictionary
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