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Definition of “speak for yourself” - English Dictionary

"speak for yourself" in American English

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speak for yourself

I ​disagree with what you have just said: "None of us like the ​hotel." "Speak for yourself – I ​think it’s OK."
(Definition of speak for yourself from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"speak for yourself" in British English

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speak for yourself

informal something you say to someone to say that the ​opinion that they have just ​expressed is not the same as ​youropinion: "We had a really ​boringtrip." "Speak for yourself! I had a ​wonderfultime!"
(Definition of speak for yourself from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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