English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- (thống kê) chệch; không đối xứng
+a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation
+a line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric
+influence in an unfair way
+cause to be biased
+slanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric
Advanced English Dictionary
biased, prejudiced, partial; warped, distorted, jaundiced:
I don't want to listen to your biased opinions about women's rights.
(also biassed) + adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ (toward(s) / against / in favour of sb/sth) having a tendency to show favour towards or against one group of people or one opinion for personal reasons; making unfair judgements: biased information / sources / press reports + a biased jury / witness + Their research was based on a biased sample (= a group of people / things containing more of one kind than normal, therefore not giving fair or accurate results).
2 ~ toward(s) sth/sb having a particular interest in one thing more than others: a school biased towards music and art
extremely, heavily, hopelessly, strongly, very | a little, slightly | naturally | inherently | ideologically, politically | racially
Fate was strongly biased against him.
| in favour of
The methods they employed were heavily biased in the gentry's favour.
Managers are naturally biased towards projects showing a quick return.
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