Impartial
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Impartial

English

Etymology

Borrowed from Middle French impartial. See im- +‎ partial.

Pronunciation

Adjective

impartial (comparative more impartial, superlative most impartial)

  1. treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased
    Synonyms: neutral, fair
    Antonyms: partial, biased, unfair

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French

Etymology

From in- +‎ partial.

Pronunciation

Adjective

impartial (feminine singular impartiale, masculine plural impartiaux, feminine plural impartiales)

  1. impartial

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