Adjective(1) manifesting partiality
(1) However, if it proves impossible to rescue the company, secured or preferential creditors such as the Inland Revenue and employees, will be paid first from any remaining assets.(2) Favourable or preferential treatment of nephews suggests that inheritance does not have to wait until the decease of the putative benefactor.(3) She said she strongly objected to the preferential voting system, which forces voters to cast a ballot in favour of one of the major parties, whose policies are indistinguishable.(4) It showed that the assets were sufficient to cover the amount of the debts assigned to the firm and all the potential claims of the preferential creditors.(5) As preferential creditors the Inland Revenue will receive about half the Ôö¼├║77,000 they are owed but the Council, as unsecured creditors, will get nothing.(6) The loan has a state guarantee and a preferential interest rate of 7.5 per cent.(7) I accept that a print service provider would not fall into the category of a preferential creditor.(8) It became a secret ballot with preferential voting.(9) I had been warned by the chairman of the board, Alan Craig, not to talk to any potential buyers or give any preferential treatment, and I never did.(10) Employees of the firm are listed as preferential creditors, and are due to be paid almost ├ö├®┬╝130,000 from the insolvency fund.(11) This proposition would ban discrimination or preferential treatment of ethnic and gender groups by California public agencies.(12) These elections were based on preferential voting-voters had to indicate their first three preferences among the competing parties.(13) Seven Australian parliamentary chambers are elected using proportional representation, and four use optional preferential voting.(14) I do remember examining my feelings at that time and wondering whether or not my parents' natural son had received any preferential treatment and I was forced to the conclusion that, if my parents had a favourite at all, then it was me.(15) The preferential vote has allowed the Town Party to become a niche party.(16) They get my vote through the preferential system via the Greens and the Democrats.
(1) preferential treatment :: 優待
1. special ::
2. better ::
3. privileged ::
4. superior ::
5. favorable ::
6. partial ::
7. discriminatory ::
8. partisan ::
9. biased ::
Different Formspreferential, preferentially
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