Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; Law Dictionary; CC-CEDICT
1. They did not propagate the line of relying on the poor peasants and farm labourers and firmly uniting with the middle peasants in order to abolish the feudal system, but one-sidedly propagated a poor peasant-farm labourer line.
After overcoming this one-sidedness, they will take a big step forward.
As I have just said, it is usually hard to avoid one-sidedness, and there is nothing terrible if it creeps in to a certain extent.
As one of special forms of complicity, one-sided accomplice possesses special constituents.
Both approaches to the problem are subjective and one-sided, or, in a word, unscientific.
During the Northern Expedition it neglected to win over the army but laid one-sided stress on the mass movement, with the result that the whole mass movement collapsed the moment the Kuomintang turned reactionary.
Ethics must show that this view is one-sided, and that it is in one' s best business interest not to limit one' s strategic reasoning to the increase of profits, but to first make sure that the dignity of all stakeholders is respected.
Acoustic neuroma is a type of tumor causing vertigo. Symptoms include vertigo with one-sided ringing in the ear and hearing loss.
As an individuality succumto earthiness, abandoning intellect for emotion and emotion for sensuality, it becomes more and more one-sided.
A one-sided organizing criminal refers to the organizing criminal who organizes, commands and plans the crime that is committed the perpetrator who has ignorant of the crime before.