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unfair

US [ʌnˈfer]
UK [ʌnˈfeə(r)]
  • adj.不公正的;不公平的;待人不平等的
  • Web非关正义;不正直的;不公当的
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adj.
1.
不公正的;不公平的;待人不平等的not right or fair according to a set of rules or principles; not treating people equally
unfair criticism
不公正的批评
It seems unfair on him to make him pay for everything.
让他承担一切费用似乎对他不公平。
It would be unfair not to let you have a choice.
不让你有所选择是不公平的。
They had been given an unfair advantage .
他们得到了不公正的好处。
unfair dismissal(= a situation in which sb is illegally dismissed from their job)
不公平解雇
measures to prevent unfair competition between member countries
防止成员国之间不公平竞争的措施
Life seems so unfair sometimes.
人生有时似乎非常不公平。
It's so unfair!
这太不公平了!

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