- 美[ ˈprɛdʒədɪst]
- adj.怀偏见的; 有成见的; 偏颇的;
- v.损害(prejudice的过去分词); 使抱偏见;
Few people will admit to being racially prejudiced.
I think your South American youth has prejudiced you.
They claim the council has prejudiced their health by failing to deal with asbestos.
Some landlords and landladies are racially prejudiced.
He claimed his case would be prejudiced if it became known he was refusing to answer questions.
I like to think I'm not prejudiced.
Early in my life , I was prejudiced against living in the country by some unfortunate experiences with farm animals.
You know that I am not a prejudiced man.
What has prejudiced you against modern music?
These facts prejudiced them against her.
His honesty and sincerity prejudiced us in his favour.
The old man became increasingly prejudiced, arbitrary, and senile.
他越来越变成一个偏见 、 固执和独断的老人.
His honesty and sincerity prejudiced us in favour of him.
His manner prejudiced his audience against him.
His attempted escape seriously prejudiced any hopes for parole.
These facts have prejudiced us in his favor.
Lizzy always that Robinson is very proud of himself She herself is very prejudiced.
His voice and manner prejudiced his audience against him.
I never read a book before reviewing it; it prejudiced one so.
The interests of the copyright owner of the work being quoted shall not be prejudiced.
The English are as often as not, labeled conservative. Obviously this label is prejudiced.
The fact is many people are so prejudiced they won't believe anything the Chinese government said.
Try not to be prejudiced in your judgements.
The bad side is that we are all prejudiced.
She is prejudiced a prejudice French wine because she is Italian.
His pleasant voice and manner prejudiced the jury in his favour.
Her domineering managerial techniques must have prejudiced the jury against her still more.
He is prejudiced against [ towards ] foreigners.
他对外国人反感 [ 有偏见 ].
Newspaper gossip had prejudiced her against him.
" You are so obnoxious! " fumed Miss Su. " You're completely prejudiced. You shouldn't be discussing poetry. "
苏小姐怒 道: “ 你这人最讨厌, 全是偏见,根本不配讲诗. ”
Students of different races are prejudiced against each other.
1. emanating from a person's emotions and prejudices
2. being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand;
"a prejudiced judge"