biased的中文翻译是什么意思

biased

US/ˈbaɪəst/
UK/ˈbaɪəst/

adj. 有偏见的; 有偏的; 结果偏倚的

v. 使存偏见(bias的过去式和过去分词)

biased柯林斯释义

ADJ-GRADED有偏见的;有成见的;偏袒一方的

If someone is biased, they prefer one group of people to another, and behave unfairly as a result. You can also say that a process or system is biased .

  • He seemed a bit biased against women in my opinion...

    我认为他好像对女性有点儿成见。

  • The selection of pupils for grammar schools was biased in favour of the middle-class child of a small family from a good area...

    文法学校招生时偏向于录取来自好地段的中产阶级小家庭的孩子。

ADJ-GRADED偏向…的;偏重…的

If something is biased towards one thing, it is more concerned with it than with other things.

  • In Japan firms are biased towards growth rather than profits...

    在日本,公司偏重于发展,而不是一味追求利润。

  • University funding was tremendously biased towards scientists.

    大学科研经费向科学家极大地倾斜。

biased英文释义

Adjective

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

    biased场景例句

    They accused the paper of biased coverage of race relations.

    他们控诉这家报纸存在种族关系方面的片面报导.

    The Methods: They employed were heavily biased in the gentry's favour.

    他们采用的方法严重偏袒中上阶级.

    Returns the covariance of two series evaluated over a set, using the biased population formula.

    返回在某一集合上对两个数据系列求得的协方差(使用偏置填充公式).

    Many parents are biased against popular music.

    许多父母对流行音乐有偏见.

    Settlers are accusing the court of being biased against them.

    移民们谴责法庭对他们富有偏见的待遇.

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    biased反义词

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