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English definition of “unfair”

unfair

adjective    /ʌnˈfeər/
not fair : It seems unfair to tax you both where you work and where you live. unfairly    /ʌnˈfer·li, -ˈfær-/ adverb The company unfairly denied her medical benefits. unfairness    /ʌnˈfer·nəs, -ˈfær-/ noun [U]
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