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  • EN [ ˈpredʒudɪs]
  • US [ ˈpredʒudɪs]

English definition


  • 1. a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation


  • 1. disadvantage by prejudice

  • 2. influence (somebody's) opinion in advance

Example sentences

  • He continued to smoke, to the prejudice of his health.

  • Your bad spelling may prejudice your chances of getting this job.

  • His voice and manner prejudice his audience against him.

  • He had a prejudice against them.

  • Prejudice sometimes hampers a person from doing the right thing.

  • I will not do anything to the prejudice of our friendship.

  • Prejudice is a social disease.

  • He is free from prejudice to everybody.

  • They accused him of having a prejudice against his women employees.

  • I will do nothing to the prejudice of my friend in this matter.

  • They have been steeped in prejudice since their childhood.

  • You should liberate the mind from prejudice.

  • He has removed the virus of prejudice.

  • He has a prejudice against all foreigners.

  • It must be understood that this concession is made without prejudice to any future decision of the committee.

  • Despite its condescension toward the Bennet family, the letter begins to allay Elizabeth's prejudice against Darcy.

  • the iniquity of racial prejudice

  • a victim of racial prejudice

  • He was a victim of racial prejudice.

  • Rowe does a very clever riff on the nature of prejudice.

  • Her study was not in any way intended to prejudice the future development of the college.

  • I've spent a lifetime fighting against racism and prejudice.

  • In high school, I was very unpopular, and I did encounter a little prejudice.

  • We accept the outcome of the inquiry, without prejudice to the unsettled question of territorial waters.

  • Racism is a deeply rooted prejudice which has existed for thousands of years.

  • He said he hoped the Swiss authorities would investigate the case thoroughly and without prejudice.

  • I'm calling in reference to your series on prejudice.

  • It's a black comedy of racial prejudice, mistaken identity and thwarted expectations.

Phrase collocation

  • with prejudice

    (Law)extinguishing any right to pursue a claim in another suit

  • without prejudice

    (Law)without detriment to any existing right or claim

    • the payment was made &B{without} any &B{prejudice to} her rights.

Synonym discrimination

  • prejudice, bias

Meaning of prejudice

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  • A woman walks into a pet shop and sees a cute little dog. She asks the shopkeeper, "Does your dog bite?"
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  • "Ouch!" She says, "I thought you said your dog does not bite!"
  • The shopkeeper replies, "That is not my dog!"
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