What is the antonym of “justo”?
The antonyms of justo are injusto, parcial, and desigual. The antonyms injusto, parcial, and desigual convey a lack of fairness or impartiality. It implies a biased or unequal treatment.
Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
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Not fair or equitable; violating principles of justice or fairness.
The verdict was injusto because the defendant did not receive a fair trial.
Favoring one side over another; not neutral or unbiased.
The referee's decision was parcial because he was a fan of the opposing team.
Unequal or uneven; not uniform or consistent.
The distribution of resources was desigual because some regions received more funding than others.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Injusto refers to actions or decisions that violate principles of justice or fairness.
- 2Parcial refers to favoritism towards one side over another, often due to personal bias.
- 3Desigual refers to an unequal or uneven distribution of resources, opportunities, or benefits.
Good things to know
- 1Legal Context: Use injusto to describe legal decisions or actions that violate principles of justice.
- 2Sports Context: Use parcial to describe referees or judges who show favoritism towards one team or player.
- 3Social Context: Use desigual to describe social inequalities or disparities in access to resources or opportunities.