prejudice

listen to the pronunciation of prejudice
Englisch - Türkisch
önyargı

Yabancı işçilere karşı bir önyargım yok. - I don't have a prejudice against foreign workers.

Burada insanlar çok önyargılı. - People here are very prejudiced.

{f} haksız hüküm verdirmek
(Kanun) sakınca
zayıflatmak
{i} zarar (hukuk)
(Ticaret) ziyan
kayırma
peşin yargı
önyargı verdirmek
zarar vermek
önyargılı olmasına neden olmak
kırmak
etkilemek
Without prejudice: önyargısız; (huk.) haklarına dokunmaksızın
Prejudice against: -e karşı haksız önyargı
(isim) Önyargı, peşin hüküm; tarafgirlik; haksız hüküm veya işten gelen zarar; garaz
Prejudice in favor of: lehine önyargı
(fiil) Birine tesir ederek haksız hüküm verdirmek; haksız hüküm veya iş ile zarara uğratmak
Prejudiced (sıfat) tarafgir
{i} sakınca (hukuk)
haksız hüküm veya işten gelen zarar
prejudice against karşı haksız önyargı
haksız hüküm veya iş ile zarara uğratmak
birine tesir ederek haksız hüküm verdirmek
{f} zarara uğratmak
{f} etki altında bırakmak
{i} kayırma, taraf tutma, tarafgirlik
{f} zarar vermek (hukuk)
tarafgirlik
(Ticaret) kesin hüküm
zarar
peşin hüküm
(Hukuk) halel
prejudiced
{s} önyargılı

Burada insanlar çok önyargılı. - People here are very prejudiced.

Kadın sürücülere karşı önyargılıydı. - He was prejudiced against women drivers.

prejudice someone against
aleyhine çevirmek
prejudice someone in favor of
lehine çevirmek (birini)
prejudice someone's chances
birinin şansını azaltmak
prejudice s.o. against
birini -in aleyhine çevirmek, birine -e karşı olumsuz fikirler aşılamak
prejudice s.o. in favor of
birini -in lehine çevirmek, birine -in lehine olumlu fikirler aşılamak
prejudice s.o.´s chances
birinin şansını azaltmak
prejudice s.o. against
birini -in aleyhine çevirmek, birine -e karşı olumsuz fikirler aşılamak. prejudice s.o. in favor birini -in lehine çevirmek, birine -in lehine olumlu fikirler aşılamak
prejudice s.o.'s
birinin şansını azaltmak
pride and prejudice
gurur ve önyargı
execute with extreme prejudice
yargısız infaz yapmak
overcome prejudice
önyargıları gidermek
overcome prejudice
önyargıyı gidermek
overcome the prejudice
önyargıyı yıkmak
prejudiced
(Kanun) zarar gören
prejudiced
yanlı
prejudices
önyargılar

Kararlarımızda önyargılarımızdan etkilenmemeliyiz. - We should not be influenced in our decisions by our prejudices.

Önyargılarınız gösteriyor. - Your prejudices are showing.

without prejudice to
(Kanun) halel getirmeksizin
speak out of prejudice
on yargılı konuşmak
to prejudice sb.
önyargı sb için
without prejudice
Etki altında kalmadan, önyargısız bir şekilde
without prejudice to
zarar vermeden
dismissal with prejudice
(Kanun) davanın esastan reddi
dismissal without prejudice
(Kanun) davanın usulden reddi
ethnic prejudice
etnik önyargı
prejudiced
peşin hükümlü
prejudiced
{s} etki altında kalmış
prejudiced
{s} taraflı
prejudiced
etkile
to take care not to prejudice the financial stability
(Avrupa Birliği) mali istikrarı tehlikeye düşürmemeye dikkat etmek
without prejudice
(Kanun) ihtirazi kayıt ile
without prejudice
etki altında kalmadan
without prejudice
önyargısız
without prejudice charter
(Kanun) sözleşmeye halel gelmeden
without prejudice to
haklarına dokunmaksızın
without prejudice to
hakları saklı olarak
without prejudice to contract
(Kanun) sözleşmeye halel gelmeden
Englisch - Englisch
The damage caused by such fear or hatred
To cause prejudice
An adverse judgement or opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge of the facts
Any preconceived opinion or feeling, whether positive or negative
Knowledge formed in advance; foresight, presaging

the first did in the forepart sit, / That nought mote hinder his quicke preiudize: / He had a sharpe foresight, and working wit .

To have a negative impact on someone's position, chances etc
An irrational hostile attitude, fear or hatred towards a particular group, race or religion
a judgment or opinion formed without due examination of the facts
{v} to fill with prejudice, to injure
{n} prepossessin, damage, injury, hurt
A preconceived, usually unfavorable, idea or opinion which is biased and intolerant
Unreasonable preconceived judgments or convictions including stereotypes, irrational suspicions or other beliefs regarding protected classes
influence (somebody's) opinion in advance disadvantage by prejudice
If you prejudice someone or something, you influence them so that they are unfair in some way. I think your South American youth has prejudiced you He claimed his case would be prejudiced if it became known he was refusing to answer questions
{f} express a preconceived opinion, express one's biases; infringe on someone's rights, injure the rights of another
If someone prejudices another person's situation, they do something which makes it worse than it should be. Her study was not in any way intended to prejudice the future development of the college
disadvantage by prejudice
A negative attitude toward an entire category of people, such as a racial or ethnic minority (See 229)
A bias on the part of judge, juror, or witness which interferes with fairness of judgment
Prejudice refers to "any set of ideas, beliefs or attitudes that negatively prejudges groups or individuals on the basis of real or alleged characteristics and traits "
holding unreasonable preconceived judgments or convictions especially pertaining to irrational suspicion or hatred of a particular group, race, or religion
{i} preconceived opinion, bias; prejudgment, sentence passed before proper examination of the circumstances
Negative beliefs, attitudes, or feelings about a person's entire character based on only one characteristic This belief is often based on faulty information
Suspicion or hatred of a certain race, religion, or group
Prejudice is a negative or hostile attitude toward a person or group formed without just or sufficient knowledge and based on negative stereotypes Prejudice is the result of "prejudgment" and can lead to discrimination
A negative attitude toward an entire category of people, such as a racial or ethnic minority (p 293)
an attitude that is based on previous judgements made about others, which may lead to discrimination - prejudice is often based on ignorance and stereotyped views of an individual or group
Holding unfounded ideas about a group with a condescending view?
Unjustified negative attitudes that one person holds about another based exclusively on a person's membership in a social group
Unreasonable preconceived judgments or convictions Includes stereotypes, irrational suspicions, or other beliefs regarding protected classes
To obstruct or injure by prejudices, or by previous bias of the mind; hence, generally, to hurt; to damage; to injure; to impair; as, to prejudice a good cause
To have a negative impact on someones position, chances etc
Foresight
a much-misspelled word which is both a noun ("They were victims of prejudice") and a verb ("News reports can prejudice a jury") The correct adjective form is the past participle prejudiced ("The prejudiced jury reached an unfair verdict")
Bias for or against someone or something that fails to take true account of their characteristics
Prejudice is an unreasonable dislike of a particular group of people or things, or a preference for a one group of people or things over another. There is widespread prejudice against workers over 45 He said he hoped the Swiss authorities would investigate the case thoroughly and without prejudice
To cause to have prejudice; to prepossess with opinions formed without due knowledge or examination; to bias the mind of, by hasty and incorrect notions; to give an unreasonable bent to, as to one side or the other of a cause; as, to prejudice a critic or a juryman
A judgment, belief, opinion, point of view-favorable or unfavorable-formed before the facts are known, resistant to evidence and reason, or in disregard of facts which contradict it Self-announced prejudice is rare Prejudice almost always exists in obscured, rationalized, socially validated, functional forms It enables people to sleep peacefully at night even while flagrantly abusing the rights of others It enables people to get more of what they want, or to get it more easily It is often sanctioned with a superabundance of pomp and self-righteousness
An opinion or judgment formed without due examination; prejudgment; a leaning toward one side of a question from other considerations than those belonging to it; an unreasonable predilection for, or objection against, anything; especially, an opinion or leaning adverse to anything, without just grounds, or before sufficient knowledge
Mischief; hurt; damage; injury; detriment
* Bias for or against someone or something that fails to take true account of their characteristics
a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation
1) an unfavorable opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought or reason 2) unreasonable feelings opinions or attitudes especially of a hostile nature toward a racial, religious, or national group
negative or hostile attitudes toward and beliefs about a group
If you take an action without prejudice to an existing situation, your action does not change or harm that situation. We accept the outcome of the inquiry, without prejudice to the unsettled question of territorial waters
influence (somebody's) opinion in advance
is an unfavourable opinion or feeling, formed beforehand (e g before even meeting a person) based on non-personal characteristics (e g skin colour, religious persuasion or gender) One form of prejudice is racism Racism is negative attitudes and values held by people about other people based on their race
An attitude or opinion about a person or group based upon that person or group's race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, accent, gender, disability, or other external characteristic Prejudice is making your mind up about what someone is like before you get to know that person
prejudice the rights
subtract from rights, take away from rights
Pride and Prejudice
a novel by Jane Austen about Mr and Mrs Bennet and their daughters. The most important characters are Elizabeth Bennet, a clever and amusing young woman, and the rich, attractive Mr Darcy, who finally realize that they love each other, although previously Elizabeth thought that Darcy was too proud, and he thought that she disliked him without any good reason. The first sentence of Pride and Prejudice is one of the most famous sentences in English literature: "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife" (1813)
Pride and Prejudice
{i} novel written by Jane Austen and published in 1813
extreme prejudice
seemingly senseless or irrational hostility
prejudiced
Simple past tense and past participle of prejudice
terminate with extreme prejudice
To murder; to assassinate

The government ordered the spies to be terminated with extreme prejudice: they did not want them to expose what they knew in a public trial.

without prejudice
Not affecting nor considering other possibly related issues
without prejudice
Without affecting a legal interest
prejudiced
being biased or having a belief or attitude formed beforehand; "a prejudiced judge"
prejudiced
A person who is prejudiced against someone has an unreasonable dislike of them. A person who is prejudiced in favour of someone has an unreasonable preference for them. Some landlords and landladies are racially prejudiced
prejudiced
Having prejudice(s)
prejudiced
emanating from a person's emotions and prejudices
prejudiced
past of prejudice
prejudiced
{s} biased, having preconceived opinions, predisposed to a particular viewpoint
prejudices
plural of prejudice
prejudicing
present participle of prejudice
without prejudice
- correspondence, usually an offer, which cannot be used in evidence
without prejudice
(Sous toutes réserves) A phrase, used in claims negotiations, meaning that any statement made in negotiation or any offer of settlement is not to be interpreted as an admission of liability, or as an admission of the amount of liability
without prejudice
A statement made which cannot be construed as an admission of liability or be given in evidence
without prejudice
A statements set onto a written document which qualifies the signatory as exempted from it's content to the extent that they may be interpreted as containing admissions or other interpretations which could later be used against the person signing; or as otherwise affecting any legal rights of the person signing A lawyer will often send a letter "without prejudice" in case the letter makes admissions which could later prove inconvenient to the client
without prejudice
A claim or cause dismissed without prejudice may be the subject of a new lawsuit
without prejudice
An action taken during claims negotiations designated as "without prejudice" is intended to be without detriment to the existing rights of the parties Writ A Court document commanding the defendant to enter an Appearance within a specified number of days if he wishes to dispute the claimant's claim
without prejudice
A dismissal "without prejudice" allows a new suit to be brought on the same cause of action
without prejudice
"Without prejudice" is used in legal negotiations (eg for a motor vehicle accident, an offer can be made to pay without admitting fault for the accident) If the negotiations fail, a person will not be prejudiced or compromised by concessions or offers made in negotiations
without prejudice
A phrase, used in claims negotiation, meaning that any statement made during negotiation or any offer of settlement is not to be interpreted as an admission of liability
without prejudice
The claim is paid on this occasion, although the Underwriter feels it does not attach to the policy, but this action must not be treated as a precedent for future similar claims
without prejudice
without bias, impartially
without prejudice
A term used when rights or privileges are not waived or lost A dismissal of a lawsuit without prejudice allows a new suit to be brought on the same cause of action
without prejudice
A legal term meaning that an action, such as an offer to settle, is made without any admissions or waivers Part of a nonwaiver agreement that holds that the insured who signs the agreement cannot legally construe certain actions, such as the determination of the value of a claim by the insurance company, to be an admission of liability on the company's part
without prejudice
Leaving the question open
without prejudice
Normally used in letters to a third party such as a purchaser, this term signifies that the statements made can not be produced as evidence in a court of law or tribunal
without prejudice
A declaration that no rights or privileges of the party concerned are waived or lost In a dismissal these words maintain the right to bring a subsequent suit on the same claim
without prejudice
A declaration that no rights or privileges of the party concerned are waived or lost In a dismissal, these words maintain the right to bring a subsequent suit on the same claim
without prejudice to
without hurting the rights of -; without bias, impartially
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