Dictionary for English, Malay, chines, Indonesian, Japanese, etc
English Definition
    noun
  1. bias, prejudice, preconception: a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation
  2. diagonal, bias: a line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric
    verb
  1. bias: influence in an unfair way "you are biasing my choice by telling me yours"
  2. bias, predetermine: cause to be biased
    adjective
  1. bias: slanting diagonally across the grain of a fabric "a bias fold"
Translation
Not found. Request noted. Other translations below.Chinesechéng jiàn, piān chā, 偏差, 成見, 偏差, 成见
French biais
Greek προκατάληψη
Indonesian prasangka
Japanese eko, ekohiiki, gajou, heki, henshitsu, henshuu, higame, higami, katamuki, katayori, yokume, えこ, えこひいき, かたむき, かたより, がじょう, ひがみ, ひがめ, へき, へんしつ, へんしゅう, よくめ, えこ贔屓, バイアス, 依估贔屓, 依怙, 依怙贔屓, 偏り, 偏執, 傾き, 僻, 僻み, 僻目, 我情, 欲目
Korean 편견
Malaycut on the ~:menggunting miring/serong, cut on the ~:ruhi hal yg kurang baik, mempenga-, prasangka
Polish przychylność
Russian склонность, предубеждение
Serbian sklonost, uticaj, prednapon