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Meaning of “opinion” - Learner’s Dictionary

opinion

noun     /əˈpɪnjən/
B1 [C] a thought or belief about something or someone: What's your opinion about/on the matter? He has fairly strong opinions on most subjects. Why don't we ask Daniel's opinion? In my opinion (= I think) he's the best football player we have in this country.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
public opinion
B2 the thoughts and beliefs that most people have about a subject: Eventually, the government will have to take notice of public opinion.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
have a high/low opinion of sb/sth
to think that someone or something is good/bad: He has a low opinion of doctors.Opinions, beliefs and points of view
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