名词:unfairness 副词:unfairly 形容词比较级:unfairer 最高级:unfairest
1 ~ (on/to sb) not rightor just 不公正的; 不公平的
*,unfair `treatment, compe`tition不公平的待遇、竞争
* an ,unfair de`cision, com`parison, ad`vantage 不公允的裁决、比较、有利地位
* If some athletes use drugs, it is unfair on/to the others. 有的运动员若使用兴奋剂, 其他运动员就要吃亏.
* She sued her employer for unfair dismissal. 她控告雇主无理解雇工人.
2 not following normal rules or principles 违反规则或准则的
*,unfair `tactics 不正当的手段
* ,unfair `play, eg at a football match 犯规动作（如足球比赛中的）
* (commerce 商) ,unfair `trading 违例交易.
not right or fair, especially because not everyone has an equal opportunity
= unjust an unfair advantage laws aimed at preventing unfair competition Many employers have recognized that age discrimination is unfair. She won £20,000 for unfair dismissal (=being illegally made to leave your job) .>unfairlyadv Mrs Taylor believes her son has been unfairly treated . The tribunal decided that Mr Matthews had been unfairly dismissed .>unfairnessn[U]
1. The evaluation is unfair. 这种评估是不公平的.
2. The adolescent, with his passion for sincerity, always respects a parent who admits that he is wrong, or ignorant, or even that he has been unfair or unjust. 青少年酷爱真诚，对于能够承认错误或无知、甚至承认自己做得不分平或不公正的父母，他们总是尊敬的，
3. How dare you say I´m unfair? 你怎么敢说我不公平？
4. I think the assignment is unfair. 我认为分配不公。