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opinion

  
1    assessment, belief, conception, conjecture, estimation, feeling, idea, impression, judgment, mind, notion, persuasion, point of view, sentiment, theory, view  
2    be of the opinion      be convinced, believe, be under the impression, conclude, consider, hold, judge, reckon, suppose, surmise, think  
3    matter of opinion      debatable point, matter of judgment, moot point, open question, open to debate, up to the individual  
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opinion

  
  ( opinions    plural  )
1       n-count   Your opinion about something is what you think or believe about it.  
oft poss N, N that  
I wasn't asking for your opinion, Dick..., He held the opinion that a government should think before introducing a tax..., Most who expressed an opinion spoke favorably of Thomas.     
2       n-sing   Your opinionof someone is your judgment of their character or ability.  
usu supp N, N of n   (=estimation)  
That improved Mrs Goole's already favourable opinion of him.     
3       n-uncount   You can refer to the beliefs or views that people have as opinion.  
Some, I suppose, might even be in positions to influence opinion..., There is a broad consensus of opinion about the policies which should be pursued.     
4       n-count   An opinion from an expert is the advice or judgment that they give you in the subject that they know a lot about.  
usu sing  
Even if you have had a regular physical check-up recently, you should still seek a medical opinion.     
5   
    public opinion  
    second opinion  
6    You add expressions such as `in my opinion' or `in their opinion' to a statement in order to indicate that it is what you or someone else thinks, and is not necessarily a fact.  
in sb's opinion      phrase   PHR with cl  
Well he's not making a very good job of it in my opinion.     
7    If someone is of the opinionthat something is the case, that is what they believe.  
FORMAL  
of the opinion      phrase   v-link PHR that  
Frank is of the opinion that the 1934 yacht should have won.     
8   
    a matter of opinion  
    matter  


opinion former        ( opinion formers    plural  ) , opinion maker   Opinion formers are people who have a lot of influence over what the public thinks about things.      n-count  
opinion poll        ( opinion polls    plural  ) An opinion poll involves asking people's opinions on a particular subject, especially one concerning politics.      n-count   (=poll)  
Nearly three-quarters of people questioned in an opinion poll agreed with the government's decision.     
public opinion     
Public opinion is the opinion or attitude of the public regarding a particular matter.      n-uncount  
He mobilized public opinion all over the world against hydrogen-bomb tests.     
second opinion        ( second opinions    plural  ) If you get a second opinion, you ask another qualified person for their opinion about something such as your health.      n-count  
I would like a second opinion on my doctor's diagnosis.     

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opinionated, opine, option, opposition

Dizionario Collaborativo     Inglese Sinonimi
n.
synonym for "opinion"
exp.
= bad press: negative opinion or image expressed in the media
The firm got some negative press over that decision
n.
right granted to a general assembly to give an opinion on the salaries and bonuses of top managers
[Bus.]
n.
the process of using the knowledge or information you have in order to understand something or form an opinion, or the opinion that you form ()
I have to make deductions about the meaning of words in poem then, I could understand more.
exp.
think alike about a certain topic; be aligned in opinions; feel the same way about smth.

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