bias

Bias vs Judging - What's the difference?

bias | judging |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As a verb judging is

.

As a noun judging is

the act of making a judgment.

Bias vs Departure - What's the difference?

bias | departure |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As a noun departure is

the act of departing or something that has departed.

Bias vs Prejudicate - What's the difference?

bias | prejudicate |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As an adjective prejudicate is

(obsolete) prejudiced, biased.

As a verb prejudicate is

.

Bias vs Prefer - What's the difference?

bias | prefer |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As a verb prefer is

.

Transference vs Bias - What's the difference?

transference | bias |


As a noun transference

is the act of conveying from one place to another; the act of transferring or the fact of being transferred.

As a proper noun bias is

.

Bias vs Stereotypes - What's the difference?

bias | stereotypes |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As a verb stereotypes is

.

Base vs Bias - What's the difference?

base | bias |


As an acronym base

is b'''uilding'', '''''a'''ntenna-tower'', '''''s'''pan'', '''''e arth .

As a proper noun bias is

.

Bias vs Hat - What's the difference?

bias | hat |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As a verb hat is

has.

Bevel vs Bias - What's the difference?

bevel | bias |


As a noun bevel

is an edge that is canted, one that is not a 90 degree angle.

As a verb bevel

is to give a canted edge to a surface.

As an adjective bevel

is having the slant of a bevel; slanting.

As a proper noun bias is

.

Bias vs Cliche - What's the difference?

bias | cliche |


As a proper noun bias

is .

As a noun cliche is

(overused phrase or expression).

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