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  1. opinion

    • IPA[əˈpɪnjən]

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    • n.
      a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge;the beliefs or views of a group or majority of people
    • noun: opinion, plural noun: opinions

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    • 1. a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge that, in my opinion, is right the area's residents share vociferous opinions about the future
    • the beliefs or views of a group or majority of people the changing climate of opinion
    • an estimation of the quality or worth of someone or something I had a higher opinion of myself than I deserved
    • 2. a statement of advice by an expert on a professional matter if in doubt, get a second opinion
    • a barrister's advice on the merits of a case the solicitor took counsel's opinion
    • a formal statement of reasons for a judgement given a dissenting opinion adjudged that the government had the right to protect ‘the symbolic value of the flag’
    • n.
      an assessment of public opinion by questioning a representative sample, especially as the basis ...

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    • n.
      an article in which the writer expresses their personal opinion, typically one which is ... an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal predicted the closing of practices to new patients

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    • n.
      a professional opinion, provided by an investment bank or other third party, about whether the ... the offer was put to shareholders without a customary fairness opinion by a financial adviser

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      the advice or judgement of a doctor or group of doctors: it may help to get a second medical opinion from another doctor medical opinion cautions against fad dieting

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    • n.
      an article in which the writer expresses their personal opinion, typically one which is ... an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal predicted the closing of practices to new patients

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      views prevalent among the general public: a Prime Minister who is too frightened of public opinion to tell us what he really thinks

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      an assessment of public opinion obtained by questioning a representative sample.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      views prevalent among the public: a Prime Minister who is too frightened of public opinion to tell us what he really thinks

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    • n.
      a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge: I'm writing to voice my opinion on an issue of great importance that, in my opinion, is dead right

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