[person, process, system] partial (e)
[judgement, language] montrant un parti pris
[reporting] tendancieux (-euse)
→ The newspaper admitted it was guilty of biased reporting.
to be biased
[person] n'être pas impartial (e)
→ The judge was biased.
→ I'm biased because I live there
to be biased against avoir un préjugé contre
→ He seemed a bit biased against women in my opinion ...
→ She claimed that judges were biased against women.
to be biased towards, to be biased in favour of favoriser
→ University funding was biased towards scientists.
→ In Japan, firms are biased towards growth rather than profits.
→ The selection of pupils for grammar schools was biased in favour of the middle-class child of a small family from a good area ...