bias

bias
مَيْل \ bias: a leaning of the mind towards or away from sth.; a fixed opinion in favour of sth. or against it: The judge was blamed for bias against the prisoner.. disposition: sb.’s usaul way of thinking and acting; sb.’s character or nature: My son has a cheerful disposition. flair: a natural ability to do sth. well: a flair for languages. liking: fondness: I have a special liking for iced coffee. My father has a great liking for his neighbour. taste: a liking for sth.: She has a taste for foreign travel. tendency: a leaning towards (in behaviour); a natural weakness or readiness: She has a tendency to feel cold. He has a tendency to drink too much alcohol. trend: the general direction of a change: a trend towards greater freedom for women. weakness: a special liking for sth.: He has a weakness for home-made wine.

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