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Unfairly supporting or opposing a Special person, group or thing
- Bollywood directors must be Neutral and not show bias.
Reasons to show feelings for or against someone or something
- They vowed to fight racial bias in their country
The fact of referring someone or something and the fact of prices affect the increasing or decreasing, in a slanted direction, used to describe the way the cloth is cut or swan.
Synonyms of bias (ஒத்த சொற்கள்)
Similar Words (ஒத்த வார்த்தைகள்)
Example Sentences Of bias In English-Tamil
1)Â The townspeople show a bias in favour of French habits and fashions.
2)Â To illustrate the self-serving bias with regard to success, I will draw on my own experiences.
3)Â His natural bias was to respect things as they were.
4)Â That phrase accurately describes the prevalent bias of its author's mind.
5)Â Fake news goes beyond simple bias. It can be misleading or even nefarious in nature.
Scientifically speaking, there is tribalism and group bias, but there cannot be any such thing as racism. We are all one.
I understand Justice Scalia's jurisprudence to begin with a proposition that we should all agree to â€” namely, that judges should try to interpret the law correctly, and without personal or political bias.