IMPARTIAL : having no bias or favoritism toward either side of a dispute or policy..
Example : "The decision of who owned the property was left to an impartial official.".
T…he official definition for impartial is "treating all rivals ordisputants equally; fair and just." (MORE)
, I am a First Year Criminal Justice student and I was looking for the answer as well. From my understanding a Tribunal is a Justice Court or committee that has power to …judge. Impartial means fair. So, if you are studying the charter of rights & freedom then it means that one has the right to a FAIR, unbiased, Justice Court. (MORE)
No. None of the ancient writers were impartial. They all had their biases and reasons for writing their histories, Tacitus was no different. Remember though, this is not to sa…y that they were wrong or lied in their writings. It's just that they slanted their work to give a certain impression. (MORE)
Impartial means that you have a dispute or are trying to solve one, you do it equally, fairly and justly and Generalizable means understanding the subject you are dealing with… whether is a project or say a rivalry, investigating it and coming up with observations that are correct and factual. (MORE)
According to Merriam Webster dictionary, the definition of the word impartial is, "not partial or biased" or "treating or affecting all equally". A good example of the word b…eing used in a sentence would be, "It is important for a judge to be impartial in the courtroom." (MORE)
The word "impartial" means fair and objective, someone who doesn'tplay favorites or take sides. A sentence: While some newscommentators like to express their opinions, a good …journalistalways reports the news in an impartial way. (MORE)