relating to only a partTheir policy only met with partial success.
biasedSome of the umpiring in the tournament was partial.
The judge was biased.
She complains that her social worker was prejudiced against her.
These reforms will abolish racially discriminatory laws.
He is too partisan to be a referee.
Some have been sentenced to long prison terms after unfair trials.
She gave a very one-sided account of the affair.
campaigning against racist and unjust immigration laws
See be partial to
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in the sense of discriminatory
based on prejudiceThese reforms will abolish racially discriminatory laws.
in the sense of fragmentary
made up of small or unconnected piecesThe extant volume is fragmentary.
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