Translation for 'impartial' from English to Russian
ADJ   impartial | more impartial | most impartial
SYNO impartial | unprejudiced
непредвзятый {adj}impartial
беспристрастный {adj}impartial
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Usage Examples English
  • The international Press institute has called in for impartial government investigation.
  • The International Press Institute has called in for impartial government investigation.
  • The international Press institute has called for an impartial government investigation.
  • Because of the Sprague–Grundy theorem which states that every impartial game is equivalent to a Nim heap of a certain size, nimbers arise in a much larger class of impartial games.
  • There is an independent and impartial judiciary in civil matters.

  • The Gini, like the Theil (below), is an impartial measure of inequality over the entire population.
  • Impartial games can be analyzed using the Sprague–Grundy theorem, stating that every impartial game under the normal play convention is equivalent to a nimber.
  • In combinatorial game theory, Dots and Boxes is an impartial game and many positions can be analyzed using Sprague–Grundy theory.
  • Kasravi, considering his stances against Islam, has tried to have an impartial and impartial view that makes the book a reference in terms of neutrality.
  • He also serves as an impartial adviser to the boss and mediator in internal disputes.

  • He may have not been entirely impartial.
  • I perform my duties in a firm, courteous, and impartial manner.
  • The Rainsworths are the only of the Four Great Dukedoms uninvolved in the tragedy of Sablier, and were recruited as an 'impartial party' - likely due to their royal lineage.
  • The Program held itself as being both impartial and competent.
  • Normal play Nim (or more precisely the system of nimbers) is fundamental to the Sprague–Grundy theorem, which essentially says that in normal play every impartial game is equivalent to a Nim heap that yields the same outcome when played in parallel with other normal play impartial games (see disjunctive sum).

  • Also, the assumption of an impartial, objective assessment of third-party observers should be questioned.
  • Unlike the Sprague–Grundy theory for normal play impartial games, genus theory is not a complete theory for misère play impartial games.
  • While the word "nim"ber comes from the game "nim", nimbers can be used to describe the positions of any finite, impartial game, and in fact, the Sprague–Grundy theorem states that every instance of a finite, impartial game can be associated with a "single" nimber.
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