The word متحيز in English

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Good question!

So in English there are a couple options — you can say “I’m biased toward….” or “I’m partial to…” – note that you can also use these words to mean you really like something (i.e. “I’m partial to green tea ice cream”).

Here are some more examples:

“That story is inaccurate and biased!  Don’t pretend you’re telling the truth!”

“The judge should not be partial toward either side.” / “A referee should not be partial toward a team.”

Hope this helps!

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