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Translation of "opinion" - English-Spanish dictionary

opinion

noun   /əˈpɪn·jən/
B1 a thought or belief about something or someone opinión What’s your opinion on the matter?
[no plural] the thoughts or beliefs that a group of people have opinión The government will have to listen to public opinion.
(Definition of opinion from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

opinion

noun /əˈpinjən/
what a person thinks or believes opinión My opinions about education have changed.
a (professional) judgement, usually of a doctor, lawyer etc opinión He wanted a second opinion on his illness.
what one thinks of the worth or value of someone or something opinión I have a very high opinion of his work.
opinionated adjective
(disapproving) having very strong opinions that you are unwilling to change obstinado He can be very opinionated when it comes to politics.
opinion poll noun
the process of finding out what people in general think about a subject by questioning people who are representative of a larger group encuesta de opinión, sondeo de opinión The opinion poll suggests that the party will do better than it did in the last general election.
be of the opinion (that)
to think opinar que He is of the opinion that nothing more can be done.
in my ( your etc opinion)
according to what I, you etc think en mi/tu etc opinión In my opinion, he’s right.
a matter of opinion noun
something about which different people (may) have different opinions ser discutible Whether it is better to marry young or not is a matter of opinion.
(Definition of opinion from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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