Impartial – meaning of the word and example

Not supporting any of the sides involved in an argument. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Not partial or biased treating or affecting all equally. (Merriam – Webster)

Someone who is impartial is not directly involved in a particular situation, and is therefore able to give a fair opinion or decision about it. (Collins Dictionary)

Treating all rivals or disputants equally. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Example

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