biased against (someone or something)

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biased against (someone or something)

Having a prejudice against someone or something. That teacher just seems to be biased against me—she never calls on me in class, and she grades my papers so harshly. My father is biased against that company because he dislikes its outspoken CEO. If you don't start hiring women, people will think you're biased against them or something.
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We all have biases and I am biased against US colonialists.
"We can't allow this to happen when this match official is openly biased against us. Only one umpire can't flash all the five green and two yellow cards against us," said a furious Kubasu.
Amid circulating rumors on Twitter meddling in politics and being biased against US Republicans, many users are taking part in a "Red X" campaign on Twitter.
This is indirectly admitted by our political leaders, who constantly accuse the United Nations, the Anglo-Americans and the European Union of being biased against us.
"The media is biased against us and calls us traitors," squeals Jameel, with all the zeal of Nabeel!
You're not allowed to compete; the laws are biased against us from competing.
She claimed: "I think the police and the judicial system have been biased against us from the start.
Whatever, he was biased against us and that shouldn't be allowed in football."
Or is he just so biased against us - and presumably Merthyr and Colwyn Bay - that his blind prejudice leads him into writing such pathetic drivel?
The US filed a complaint against the ban with the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in March claiming that the ban is biased against US airlines and manufacturers and is in fact a trade barrier disguised as an environmental protection.
On the same theme, those thigh-high, lace-up boots are clearly biased against us MACs.
"If I had been in conversation with other managers about referees being biased against us, I could understand where he's coming from.