Word: bias

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Synonyms: bias

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: bias

spanish
través, prejuicio, sesgo


german
vorspannung, neigung, vorliebe, vorurteil, bias, ...

french
inclination, prévention, pente, préjugé, inclinaison, ...

italian
pregiudizio, preconcetto

portuguese
prejuízo, preconceito, inclinar

dutch
vooroordeel, vooringenomenheid

russian
смещение, тенденциозность, склон, подверженность, покатость, ...

norwegian
fordom

finnish
vinouttaa, vinoutunut, vino, ennakkoluulo, vaikuttaa

danish
partiskhed, fordom

czech
zaujatost, odchylka, spád, vychýlení, naklonění, ...

polish
uprzedzenie, skłonność, spadzistość, stronniczość, przychylność, ...

hungarian
rézsútosság, egyoldalúság, elfogultság

turkish
önyargı

greek
προκατάληψη

ukrainian
упередження, схильність

bulgarian
косо, предразсъдък

estonian
lävi, vildak

croatian
pomak, postaviti, otklanjati, nagib

lithuanian
prietaras, šališkumas

latvian
nosliece, tieksme, aizspriedums

romanian
prejudecată

slovak
záľuba

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The meaning and "use of": bias

noun
  • prejudice in favor of or against one thing, person, or group compared with another, usually in a way considered to be unfair.
  • in some sports, such as lawn bowling, the irregular shape given to a ball.
  • a steady voltage, magnetic field, or other factor applied to an electronic system or device to cause it to operate over a predetermined range.

verb
  • cause to feel or show inclination or prejudice for or against someone or something.
  • give a bias to.

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