Word Of The Day – Biased

Biased – WORD OF THE DAY FOR IELTS WRITING & SPEAKING
Biased – WORD OF THE DAY FOR IELTS WRITING & SPEAKING

Biased – WORD OF THE DAY FOR IELTS WRITING & SPEAKING

Biased (Adjective) /ˈbaɪ.əst/

Meaning: unfairly prefer one person or group over another

Synonyms: bigoted, arbitrary, partial

Antonyms: equitable, disinterested

Collocations: be extremely/ heavily/strongly biased again/ towards/ in favour of

Example:

IELTS Writing:

The new reporting was heavily biased towards the government.

IELTS Speaking: 

Most of parents are biased when it comes to their children.

The company is biased against women when hiring high positions.

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