Definition of over-biased in US English:

over-biased

adjective

  • 1Excessively biased; influenced too much in one direction.

  • 2Electronics. Of an amplifier or other device: supplied with a bias current at a level greater than that which would result in peak output voltage, especially to maximize signal-to-noise ratio.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Henry Robinson (?1605–?1664). From over- + biased.

Pronunciation

over-biased

/ˌəʊvəˈbʌɪəst/