bias against (someone or something)

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bias against (someone or something)

A prejudice against someone or something. That teacher just seems to have a bias against me—she never calls on me in class, and she grades my papers so harshly. My father has a bias against that company because he dislikes its outspoken CEO. The bias against hiring women that exists in this company is painfully obvious.
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bias someone against someone or something

to prejudice someone against someone or something. Please avoid biasing everyone against me. One bad experience biased all of us against that brand of sausage.
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Pointing at the Council's membership criteria as one of its two major problems, along with its supposed bias against US ally Israel, Haley said that since she took office and up until now "its members included some of the worst human rights violators -- the dictatorships of Cuba, China and Venezuela all have seats on the Council".
The US has accused the UN of bias against US ally Israel, and for failure to hold human rights abusers accountable.
The US on Tuesday withdrew from the UNHRC, criticizing its hypocrisy and bias against US ally Israel.
To the contrary, recent revelations of deep-seated bias against US President Donald Trump within the Mueller staff call for both a thorough-going reevaluation of the executive branch's approach and a fundamental reset.
Responding to a US Treasury white paper, European Commission spokeswoman Lucia Caudet said: "EU law applies indiscriminately to all companies operating in Europe - there is no bias against US companies."
I've supported Celtic for over 50 years and there is a bias against us. We've lost two semis in two years in highly controversial circumstances."
People were so biased and so many still are and my sense is that bias against us is still huge.
To be clear, ICR asked for no money in this lawsuit, and we required no outside financial assistance; we did this rather quietly and hopefully, all the while understanding the bias against us. Our effort was to draw out the clear issues and give the courts a chance to allow Christian organizations to pursue their Kingdom "viewpoints" without interference from the government.
"We feel we have followed the rules, but the goalposts keep moving and it seems there is a definite bias against us. We are told to toe the line, but the line isn't a straight one."
The SRA, which became very unpopular in the West Midlands for a perceived bias against us, is soon to be disbanded.
I also feel let down by the hosting panel as I feel they have showed continued bias against us in their summing up of games, and also in our recent fine at Fulham.
When we, as nonresidents, complain about the bias against us in our destination states, remember that resident bowhunters in those states also have a legitimate case.
ONCE again the Government's bias against us in the North East is being exposed.
Have I ever said there was bias against us or a conspiracy?