prejudiced的中文翻译是什么意思

prejudiced

US/ ˈprɛdʒədɪst/
UK/ˈpredʒədɪst/

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

prejudiced柯林斯释义

ADJ-GRADED心怀偏见的;有成见的;偏爱的

A person who is prejudiced against someone has an unreasonable dislike of them. A person who is prejudiced in favour of someone has an unreasonable preference for them.

  • Some landlords and landladies are racially prejudiced...

    一些房东有种族偏见。

  • I like to think I'm not prejudiced.

    我觉得自己并没有偏见。

prejudiced英文释义

Adjective

1. emanating from a person's emotions and prejudices

    2. being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand;

    • a prejudiced judge

    prejudiced场景例句

    Lizzy always that Robinson is very proud of himself She herself is very prejudiced.

    丽萃总是这样罗宾逊对自己非常骄傲的是她本人非常偏见.

    These facts prejudiced them against her.

    这些事实促使他们对她有偏见.

    His voice and manner prejudiced his audience against him.

    他的声音和态度使观众对他产生偏见.

    I never read a book before reviewing it; it prejudiced one so.

    我对一本书在作出书评之前决不看它, 因为先看了会使人染上偏见.

    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.

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