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偏見, へんけん

  • henken


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • prejudice
  • narrow view

Examples of 偏見,へんけん in a Sentence

She wrote on gender bias in science.
Intellectually we know prejudice is wrong.
He had a prejudice against women drivers.
He's biased against Christianity.
He has a prejudice against jazz.
His action sprang from prejudice.
He is prejudiced against her.
You seem to be prejudiced against ideas that come from foreign countries.
She is very biased against abstract painting.
He will never get anywhere with that prejudiced idea.

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