1 (esp of ideas, opinions, etc) unfair; prejudiced （尤指思想、意见等）不公正的, 偏颇的
*a ,one-sided `argument 片面的论点
* His attitude towards the unemployed is very one-sided. 他对于失业者的态度很不公正.
2 (esp in sport, etc) with opposing players of unequal abilities （尤指体育运动等）彼此实力悬殊的
*It was a very one-sided game
*our team won easily. 那场比赛双方水平悬殊
considering or showing only one side of a question, subject etc in a way that is unfair
, balanced balanced The newspapers give a very one-sided account of the war.
an activity or competition that is one-sided is one in which one person or side is much stronger or does much more than the other a very boring, one-sided game The conversation was very one-sided.>one-sidedlyadv>one-sidednessn[U]
1. People who have eyes sometimes act just as foolishly when they take a one-sided view of things. 即使有视力的正常人有时也片面地看问题，他们一点也不比这几个盲人聪明。