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partiality

  • 1 partiality

    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) debilidad por
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) parcialidad, preferencia
    tr[pɑːʃɪ'ælɪtɪ]
    1 (bias) parcialidad nombre femenino
    2 (liking) afición nombre femenino ( for, a), debilidad nombre femenino ( for, por)
    partiality [.pɑrʃi'ælət̬i] n, pl - ties : parcialidad f
    n.
    parcialidad s.f.
    preferencia s.f.
    'pɑːrʃi'æləti, ˌpɑːʃi'æləti
    mass noun
    a) ( bias) parcialidad f
    b) ( fondness)
    [ˌpɑːʃɪ'ælɪtɪ]
    N
    1) (=bias) parcialidad f ( towards hacia)
    2) (=liking) debilidad f (for, to por); gusto m (for, to por)
    * * *
    ['pɑːrʃi'æləti, ˌpɑːʃi'æləti]
    mass noun
    a) ( bias) parcialidad f
    b) ( fondness)

    English-spanish dictionary > partiality

  • 2 partiality

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    [English Word] partiality
    [Swahili Word] mapendeleo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] penda
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    [English Word] partiality
    [Swahili Word] mapendo
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Derived Word] penda
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    [English Word] partiality
    [Swahili Word] ufadhili
    [Part of Speech] noun
    [Class] 14
    [Derived Language] Arabic
    [Related Words] -fadhili
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    [English Word] partiality
    [Swahili Word] upendaji
    [Swahili Plural] mapendaji
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    [English Word] partiality
    [Swahili Word] upendeleo
    [Swahili Plural] mapendeleo
    [Part of Speech] noun
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    English-Swahili dictionary > partiality

  • 3 partiality

    noun
    1) (fondness) Vorliebe, die
    2) (bias) Voreingenommenheit, die
    * * *
    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) die Vorliebe
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) die Parteilichkeit
    * * *
    par·tial·ity
    [ˌpɑ:ʃiˈæləti, AM ˌpɑ:rʃiˈælət̬i]
    n
    1. no pl (bias) Parteilichkeit f, Voreingenommenheit f
    to have a \partiality for sth eine Vorliebe [o Schwäche] für etw akk haben
    * * *
    ["pAːʃI'lItɪ]
    n
    1) (= bias) Voreingenommenheit f; (of judgement) Parteilichkeit f

    without partiality — unvoreingenommen, unparteiisch

    2) (= liking) Vorliebe f (for für), Schwäche f (for für)
    * * *
    partiality [-ʃıˈælətı; US auch -ˈʃæl-] s
    1. Parteilichkeit f, Voreingenommenheit f
    2. umg besondere Vorliebe, Schwäche f ( beide:
    for für)
    * * *
    noun
    1) (fondness) Vorliebe, die
    2) (bias) Voreingenommenheit, die
    * * *
    n.
    Parteilichkeit f.
    Vorliebe -n f.
    Vorurteil n.

    English-german dictionary > partiality

  • 4 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) forkærlighed
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) partiskhed
    * * *
    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) forkærlighed
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) partiskhed

    English-Danish dictionary > partiality

  • 5 partiality

    [ˌpɑːʃɪ'ælətɪ]
    1) (bias) parzialità f., preferenza f.
    2) (liking) debole m., predilezione f. (to, for per)
    * * *
    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) predilezione, debole
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) preferenza, parzialità
    * * *
    partiality /pɑ:ʃɪˈælətɪ/
    n. [u]
    1 parzialità; favoritismo
    2 predilezione; preferenza; (un) debole: a partiality for sweets, un debole per le caramelle.
    * * *
    [ˌpɑːʃɪ'ælətɪ]
    1) (bias) parzialità f., preferenza f.
    2) (liking) debole m., predilezione f. (to, for per)

    English-Italian dictionary > partiality

  • 6 partiality

    [ˌpɑ:ʃɪˈælɪtɪ]
    partiality пристрастие partiality пристрастность partiality склонность (for - к) partiality склонность

    English-Russian short dictionary > partiality

  • 7 partiality

    [͵pɑ:ʃıʹælıtı] n
    1. пристрастие; пристрастность
    2. (to, for, towards) склонность, пристрастие (к чему-л.)

    НБАРС > partiality

  • 8 partiality

    partiality par∙ti∙al∙ity noun (formal) 1. (disapproving) the unfair support of six person, team, idea, etc. • 偏袒 【SYN】 [u]bias 【OPP】 impartiality 2. [sing.] partiality for sth / sb a feeling of liking sth / sb very much • 特别喜爱;酷爱 【SYN】 fondness:
    »She has a partiality for exotic flowers.
    她特别喜爱异国花卉。
    * * *
    [ˏpɑ:ʃi'æliti]
    n. 偏愛

    English-Chinese dictionary > partiality

  • 9 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) dálæti
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) hlutdrægni

    English-Icelandic dictionary > partiality

  • 10 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) elfogultság
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) részrehajlás

    English-Hungarian dictionary > partiality

  • 11 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) fraco
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) parcialidade
    * * *
    par.tial.i.ty
    [pa:ʃi'æliti] n 1 parcialidade, facciosidade. 2 predileção, inclinação.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > partiality

  • 12 partiality

    {,pa:ʃi'æliti}
    1. пристрастие, несправедливо отношение, предубеденост
    2. склонност, слабост, любов, предпочитание (for)
    * * *
    {,pa:shi'aliti} n 1. пристрастие, несправедливо отношение,
    * * *
    склонност; предпочитание; предубеденост; пристрастиe; любов;
    * * *
    1. пристрастие, несправедливо отношение, предубеденост 2. склонност, слабост, любов, предпочитание (for)
    * * *
    partiality[¸pa:ʃi´æliti] n 1. пристрастие, несправедливо отношение, предубеденост; 2. склонност, слабост, любов, предпочитание (to, for); \partiality for sweets слабост към сладкишите.

    English-Bulgarian dictionary > partiality

  • 13 partiality

    n. taraf tutma, düşkünlük, beğenme
    * * *
    kısmilik
    * * *
    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) düşkünlük
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) taraf tutma

    English-Turkish dictionary > partiality

  • 14 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) posebna ljubezen
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) pristranost
    * * *
    [pa:šiaeliti]
    noun
    pristranost; posebna ljubezen ( for)

    English-Slovenian dictionary > partiality

  • 15 partiality

    • erikoinen mieltymys
    • puolueellisuus
    * * *
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) mieltymys
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) puolueellisuus

    English-Finnish dictionary > partiality

  • 16 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) słabość
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) stronniczość

    English-Polish dictionary > partiality

  • 17 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) tieksme, nosliece
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) neobjektivitāte
    * * *
    neobjektivitāte, objektivitātes trūkums; favorītisms; sevišķa tieksme, nosliece, tieksme

    English-Latvian dictionary > partiality

  • 18 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) silpnybė
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) šališkumas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > partiality

  • 19 partiality

    n. partiskhet; fördom; förkärlek
    * * *
    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) förkärlek
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) partiskhet

    English-Swedish dictionary > partiality

  • 20 partiality

    [-ʃi'æləti]
    1) (a liking for: He has a partiality for cheese.) slabost (pro)
    2) (the preferring of one person or side more than another: He could not help showing his partiality for/towards his own team.) náklonnost, stranictví
    * * *
    • zaujatost

    English-Czech dictionary > partiality

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  • Partiality — Par ti*al i*ty (?; 277), n. [Cf. F. partialit[ e].] 1. The quality or state of being partial; inclination to favor one party, or one side of a question, more than the other; undue bias of mind. [1913 Webster] 2. A predilection or inclination to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • partiality — I noun affinity, attachment, attraction, bent, bias, biased judgment, discrimination, favor, favoritism, fondness, inclination, iniquitas, injustice, intolerance leaning, liking, one sidedness, partisanship, penchant, preconception, predilection …   Law dictionary

  • partiality — (n.) one sidedness, early 15c., from M.Fr. parcialité, from M.L. partialitatem (nom. partialitas), from partialis (see PARTIAL (Cf. partial)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • partiality — prepossession, prejudice, bias, *predilection Analogous words: approving or approval, endorsing or endorsement (see corresponding verbs at APPROVE) Antonyms: impartiality …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • partiality — [n] favoritism, fondness affinity, bias, cup of tea*, dish, druthers*, flash, inclination, inclining, leaning, liking, love, partisanship, penchant, predilection, predisposition, preference, prejudice, proclivity, propensity, taste, tendency,… …   New thesaurus

  • partiality — [pär΄shē al′ə tē, pär shal′ə tē] n. [ME parcialitee < MFr partialité] 1. the state or quality of being partial; tendency to favor unfairly; bias 2. particular fondness or liking SYN. PREJUDICE …   English World dictionary

  • partiality — par|ti|al|i|ty [ˌpa:ʃiˈælıti US ˌpa:r ] n [U] 1.) unfair support of one person or one group against another = ↑bias ▪ the problem of partiality in news reporting 2.) partiality for sth formal a special liking for something ▪ a partiality for… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • partiality — noun (U) 1 unfair support of one person or one side against another; bias 1 (1): Councillors were accused of partiality on land issues. 2 partiality for formal a special liking for something: a partiality for Moorish architecture …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • partiality — /pahr shee al i tee, pahr shal /, n., pl. partialities. 1. the state or character of being partial. 2. a favorable bias or prejudice: the partiality of parents for their own children. 3. a special fondness, preference, or liking (usually fol. by… …   Universalium

  • partiality — noun 1) his partiality toward their cause Syn: bias, prejudice, favoritism, favor, partisanship See note at bias 2) her partiality for brandy Syn: liking, love, fondness …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • partiality — /paʃiˈæləti/ (say pahshee aluhtee) noun (plural partialities) 1. the state or character of being partial. 2. (sometimes followed by for) favourable bias or prejudice: the partiality of parents for their own offspring. 3. (sometimes followed by… …   Australian English dictionary

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