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Significado de “prejudice” - Diccionario Inglés

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prejudicenoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈpredʒ.ə.dɪs/ us   /ˈpredʒ.ə.dɪs/
B2 an unfair and unreasonable opinion or feeling, especially when formed without enough thought or knowledge: Laws against racial prejudice must be strictly enforced. [+ that] The campaign aims to dispel the prejudice that AIDS is confined to the homosexual community. He claims that prejudice against homosexuals would cease overnight if all the gay stars in the country were honest about their sexuality.
without prejudice to sth formal or specialized
If a decision or action is made without prejudice to a right or claim, it is made without having an effect on that right or claim: My client accepts the formal apology without prejudice to any further legal action she may decide to take.

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prejudiceverb [T]

uk   /ˈpredʒ.ə.dɪs/ us   /ˈpredʒ.ə.dɪs/
Someone or something that prejudices you influences you unfairly so that you form an unreasonable opinion about something: His comments may have prejudiced the voters against her.
formal Something or someone that prejudices something else has a harmful influence on it: The fact that you were late all this week may prejudice your chances of getting a promotion.
(Definition of prejudice from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "prejudice" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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prejudicenoun [C/U]

us   /ˈpredʒ·ə·dɪs/
an unfair and unreasonable opinion or feeling formed without enough thought or knowledge: [U] racial prejudice [C] The experience merely confirmed all his prejudices about living in the city.
prejudicial
adjective us   /ˌpredʒ·əˈdɪʃ·əl/
An official investigation would have a prejudicial effect on the company’s reputation.

prejudiceverb [T]

us   /ˈpredʒ·ə·dɪs/
to unfairly influence a person or matter so that an unreasonable opinion or decision results: Both sides pledged not to do anything to prejudice the final outcome.
(Definition of prejudice from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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prejudicenoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈpredʒədɪs/ us  
an unreasonable opinion, especially about a particular group of people, that is formed without thought or knowledge: prejudice against sb/sth The prejudice against hiring someone 50 or older is unsound, because of the value, wisdom, and experience older people bring to the workforce. racial/religious prejudice
with prejudice
LAW if a decision or action is made with prejudice to a right, you have lost that right: The government agreed to dismiss the criminal charges with prejudice, meaning that they cannot be refiled.with prejudice to sth The case shall be dismissed with prejudice to the refiling of the same or similar cause of action.
without prejudice
LAW if a decision or action is made without prejudice to a right, you continue to have that right: Three days later, she asked for a dismissal without prejudice, meaning that she can re-file at any time.without prejudice to sth The original contract of sale is rescinded, but without prejudice to any claim that the seller may have for damages.

prejudiceverb [T]

uk   /ˈpredʒədɪs/ us  
to unfairly influence someone or something, so that an unreasonable opinion or decision is the result: prejudice sb against sb/sth His comments may have prejudiced the voters against her.
to have a harmful influence on something: The absence of expert testimony prejudiced her defense.
(Definition of prejudice from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “prejudice”
en coreano 편견…
en árabe تَحامُل…
in Malaysian prasangka…
en francés préjugé…
en ruso предубеждение, предрассудок…
en chino (tradicionál) 成見,偏見,歧視…
en italiano pregiudizio, preconcetto…
en turco önyargı, peşin hüküm…
en polaco uprzedzenia, uprzedzenie…
en español prejuicio…
in Vietnamese thành kiến…
en portugués preconceito…
in Thai อคติ…
en alemán das Vorurteil…
en catalán prejudici(s)…
en japonés 偏見, (人種や宗教への)嫌悪感…
en chino (simplificado) 成见,偏见,歧视…
in Indonesian prasangka…
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