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prejudiced

adjective uk   /ˈpredʒ.ʊ.dɪst/ disapproving us  
C1 showing an unreasonable dislike for something or someone: The campaign is designed to make people less prejudiced about AIDS. The media has been accused of presenting a prejudiced view of people with disabilities. Some companies are prejudiced against taking on employees who are over the age of 40.
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