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impartialadjective

uk   /ɪmˈpɑː.ʃəl/  us   /-ˈpɑːr-/
not supporting any of the sides involved in an argument: impartial advice A trial must be fair and impartial.
impartially
adverb uk   us   /-i/
Many people do not believe that complaints against the police are impartially handled.
impartiality
noun [U] uk   /ɪmˌpɑː.ʃiˈæl.ɪ.ti/  us   /-ˌpɑːr.ʃiˈæl.ə.t̬i/
The state must ensure the independence and impartiality of the justice system.
Translations of “impartial”
in Arabic مُحايِد…
in Korean 공정한…
in Malaysian adil…
in French impartial…
in Turkish yansız, tarafsız, bîtaraf…
in Italian imparziale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公正的,無偏見的…
in Russian беспристрастный, непредвзятый…
in Polish bezstronny…
in Vietnamese công bằng…
in Spanish imparcial…
in Portuguese imparcial…
in Thai ยุติธรรม…
in German unparteiisch…
in Catalan imparcial…
in Japanese 偏らない…
in Indonesian adil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 公正的,无偏见的…
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