English translation of 'imparcial'
Word forms: plural imparciais
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'imparcial' in Other Languages
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
British English: disinterested ADJECTIVE
Someone who is disinterested is not involved in a particular situation or not likely to benefit from it and is therefore able to act in a fair and unselfish way.
The current sole superpower is far from being a disinterested observer.
Translation of imparcial from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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