Definition of impartial in English:

impartial

Line breaks: im|par¦tial
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpɑːʃ(ə)l
 
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adjective

Treating all rivals or disputants equally: the minister cannot be impartial in the way that a judge would be
More example sentences
  • An adjudicator must be, and must be seen to be, disinterested, unbiased and impartial.
  • Now more than ever, there is a need for impartial professional advice.
  • This provides free, independent, impartial and confidential advice to people with debts.
Synonyms
without favouritism, free from discrimination, with no axe to grind, without fear or favour
informal on the fence

Derivatives

impartiality

Pronunciation: /-ʃɪˈalɪti/
noun
More example sentences
  • They should respect the impartiality and integrity of the authority's statutory officers and its other employees.
  • Politics, communalism and money have played havoc with their integrity and impartiality.
  • Readers respect us for our impartiality and balance, but does that mean we should never carry more strident views?

impartially

adverb
More example sentences
  • There are 50 independent aid monitors who ensure that the aid is distributed impartially and fairly and properly.
  • I have every faith in our courts, and I am confident that they have pursued this matter fairly, impartially and free from any government interference.
  • One of its roles is to ensure that housing is properly and impartially allocated to families and individuals on the basis of need.

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