Bias - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a line or cut across a fabric that is not at right angles to a side of the fabric (syn: diagonal)
- cause to be biased (syn: predetermine)
He showed a bias toward a few workers in particular.
Do they have a bias against women?
The company was accused of racial bias.
The decision was made without bias.
She showed no bias toward older clients.
a student with a strong bias towards the arts
...made of fabric cut bias...
I don't want to bias you against the movie, but I thought the book was much better.
The circumstances could bias the results of the survey.
All skirts are cut with a curved bias.
My parents are biased against popular music before they even hear it.
Students were evaluated without bias.
It's clear that the company has a bias against women and minorities.
Lydia has a strong artistic bias.
Several factors could have biased the results of the study.
he/she/it: biases or biasses
present participle: biasing or biassing
past tense: biased or biassed
past participle: biased or biassed