English to Latin Meaning of impartial - aequus

Impartial :

neutrum, aequus, sine, categorica, neutro genere, minime praeoccupatum, aequis, aequum, rectus, iustus, tantum, rationabile, nam malesuada cursus, honesta, moralis, impersonalibus, non consociatarum, sui iuris, sollicitus, quin quaerat

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Definitions of impartial in English
Adjective(1) showing lack of favoritism(2) free from undue bias or preconceived opinions
Examples of impartial in English
(1) In itself that is no objection provided the witness is fair and impartial .(2) At least it means we can enjoy impartial unbiased commentary from now on.(3) Can one hold such strong views and yet remain impartial and objective?(4) Now more than ever, there is a need for impartial professional advice.(5) The notion of observation as the impartial and objective source of evidence for science is bankrupt.(6) He performs duties on behalf of the United Kingdom as a whole, and must therefore be seen to be fair and impartial .(7) If you understand those principles, if you apply them, you will be impartial and a fair trial will take place.(8) How impartial and objective do you think twelve ordinary citizens can ever be?(9) Chief among these was our attachment to the ideal of impartial and dispassionate administration of justice.(10) How these professionals can remain dispassionate and impartial in their job I will never know.(11) An adjudicator must be, and must be seen to be, disinterested, unbiased and impartial .(12) And so these are two different visions of how you want to select a fair and impartial jury in a case.(13) Viewpoints about the history of this country must be from a fair and impartial angle.(14) The perspective of the scientist was supposed to be cool, detached, and impartial .(15) I undertake to exercise the functions and powers of the office in a fair and an impartial way.(16) Expert guidelines are expected to be objective, impartial , and independently derived.
Related Phrases of impartial
(1) impartial ::
1. unbiased ::
minime praeoccupatum
2. unprejudiced ::
3. neutral ::
4. nonpartisan ::
5. nondiscriminatory ::
6. disinterested ::
quin quaerat
7. detached ::
8. dispassionate ::
9. objective ::
10. open-minded ::
animo pateret
11. equitable ::
12. evenhanded ::
13. fair ::
14. fair-minded ::
aequo animo
15. just ::
16. without favoritism ::
non est personarum acceptio
17. without fear or favor ::
sine metu neque gratiam
1. biased ::
lux perpetua luceat
2. inequitable ::
angustior iniquiorque defensio
3. partial ::
4. partisan ::
fautor adfectavit
5. prejudiced ::
6. unjust ::
Different Forms
impartial, impartially
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