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biased

adjective uk   /ˈbaɪ.əst/ us  
C1 showing an unreasonable like or dislike for a person based on personal opinions: The newspapers gave a very biased report of the meeting. I think she's beautiful but then I'm biased since she's my daughter.
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in Korean 편향된…
in Arabic مُنحاز…
in Portuguese parcial, tendencioso, preconceituoso…
in Catalan parcial…
in Japanese 偏見を持った, 偏った…
in Italian prevenuto, parziale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偏袒一方的, 有偏見的…
in Russian предубежденный…
in Turkish önyargılı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偏袒一方的, 有偏见的…
in Polish tendencyjny, ≈ nieprzychylny/przychylny…
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