Translation of impartial in Spanish:


imparcial, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪmˈpɑːʃ(ə)l//ɪmˈpɑrʃəl/


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    • I would need to be convinced that the centre would provide impartial advice.
    • We should make objective and impartial assessment of the hard realities of life.
    • Expert guidelines are expected to be objective, impartial, and independently derived.
    • However the process of making a planning decision must not only be fair and impartial but must be seen to be so.
    • And so these are two different visions of how you want to select a fair and impartial jury in a case.
    • Chief among these was our attachment to the ideal of impartial and dispassionate administration of justice.
    • Viewpoints about the history of this country must be from a fair and impartial angle.
    • How impartial and objective do you think twelve ordinary citizens can ever be?
    • In itself that is no objection provided the witness is fair and impartial.
    • I undertake to exercise the functions and powers of the office in a fair and an impartial way.
    • At least it means we can enjoy impartial unbiased commentary from now on.
    • This provides free, independent, impartial and confidential advice to people with debts.
    • Can one hold such strong views and yet remain impartial and objective?
    • The perspective of the scientist was supposed to be cool, detached, and impartial.
    • How these professionals can remain dispassionate and impartial in their job I will never know.
    • 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.
    • The notion of observation as the impartial and objective source of evidence for science is bankrupt.
    • If you understand those principles, if you apply them, you will be impartial and a fair trial will take place.
    • He performs duties on behalf of the United Kingdom as a whole, and must therefore be seen to be fair and impartial.