Definition of 'prejudiced'
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`What you're really saying is I'm too partial and prejudiced to be allowed near him. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)Or be prejudiced about her motives, either, before they were fully explained. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)But was he the most obvious, or was I prejudiced because I didn't much like him? SOMEBODY (2001)
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British English: prejudiced /ˈprɛdʒʊdɪst/ ADJECTIVE
If someone is prejudiced against a particular group, they have an unreasonable dislike of them.
She was prejudiced against men in general.
- American English: prejudiced
- Arabic: مُتَحَامِل
- Brazilian Portuguese: preconceituoso
- Chinese: 怀偏见的
- Croatian: pun predrasuda
- Czech: předpojatý
- Danish: fordomsfuld
- Dutch: bevooroordeeld
- European Spanish: tener prejuicios
- Finnish: ennakkoluuloinen
- French: partial
- German: voreingenommen
- Greek: προκατειλημμένος
- Italian: prevenuto
- Japanese: 偏見をもった
- Korean: 편견을 가진
- Norwegian: forutinntatt
- Polish: uprzedzony
- European Portuguese: preconceituoso
- Romanian: cu idei preconcepute
- Russian: предвзятый
- Spanish: predispuesto
- Swedish: fördomsfull
- Thai: มีอคติ
- Turkish: önyargılı
- Ukrainian: упереджений
- Vietnamese: có thành kiến
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