- adj.有偏见的; 有偏的; 结果偏倚的;
a school biased towards music and art
University funding was tremendously biased towards scientists.
The judge was biased.
No doubt I'm biased, but it was the most cruel, evil human face I ever set eyes on.
He seemed a bit biased against women in my opinion.
In Japan firms are biased towards growth rather than profits.
You can't help being biased so you may as well be up front about it.
The Methods: They employed were heavily biased in the gentry's favour.
Many parents are biased against popular music.
Did you watch the programme on the Labour Party last night? Talk about biased!
你看了昨天晚上关于工党的节目了 吗 ?真是很有偏见!
The judge was biased in favor of the local team.
Managers are naturally biased towards projects showing a quick return.
The judgement is often biased by interest.
Her colleagues are generally biased against her.
Judgment is often biased by interest.
They accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations.
Returns the covariance of two series evaluated over a set, using the biased population formula.
Settlers are accusing the court of being biased against them.
The fact that she was a woman biased some members of the committee against her.
Function & defforward adjust is forward biased & defreverse reverse biased.
Certainly, or the esteem blue army somewhat is obviously biased by competition total repudiation Mancheng.
If this extra capacitor is not biased, then the CD ignition is not disturbed.
With this biased mesh configuration, computation time was further reduced.
The media are often accused of being biased.
A testing effort biased toward functional testing.
Her experience biased her against businessmen.
This causes stagnation by making the search procedure as biased search procedure.
And bond funds this year, apparently did not sell fund shares have been biased.
Assuming that your teacher is neither biased nor corrupt and that her system conforms to school rules, you can't fault her ethics.
The Adelmans' programme proves biased as the roles of characters are maximized.
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This is not a free market but a biased one.
1. favoring one person or side over another;
"a biased account of the trial"
"a decision that was partial to the defendant"
2. excessively devoted to one faction