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colour somebody’s judgment/opinions/attitudes etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcolour somebody’s judgment/opinions/attitudes etccolour somebody’s judgment/opinions/attitudes etcEFFECT/INFLUENCEto influence the way someone thinks about something, especially so that they become less fair or reasonable In my position, I can’t afford to let my judgment be coloured by personal feelings. colour
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