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Noun, adjective, adverb, verb, bi⋅ased, bi⋅as⋅ing or (especially British
) bi⋅assed, bi⋅as⋅sing. –noun 1. An oblique or diagonal line of direction, esp. Across a woven fabric. 2. A particular tendency or inclination, esp. One that prevents unprejudiced consideration of a question; prejudice. 3. Statistics. A systematic as opposed to a random distortion of a statistic as a result of sampling procedure. 4. Lawn Bowling. A. A slight bulge or greater weight on one side of the ball or bowl. B. The curved course made by such a ball when rolled. 5. Electronics. The application of a steady voltage or current to an active device, as a diode or transistor, to produce a desired mode of operation. 6. A high-frequency alternating current applied to the recording head of a tape recorder during recording in order to reduce distortion. –adjective 7. Cut, set, folded, etc., diagonally: This material requires a bias cut. –adverb 8. In a diagonal manner; obliquely; slantingly: to cut material bias. –verb (used with object) 9. To cause partiality or favoritism in (a person); influence, esp. Unfairly: a tearful plea designed to bias the jury. 10. Electronics. To apply a steady voltage or current to (the input of an active device).
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