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Pronunciation of Opinions: Learn how to pronounce Opinions in English correctly

Learn how to say Opinions correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word opinion:

noun
1a 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
[mass noun] 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
2a statement of advice by an expert on a professional matter:
if in doubt, get a second opinion
Law a barrister’s advice on the merits of a case:
the solicitor took counsel’s opinion
Law 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’
Phrases

be of the opinion that

believe or maintain that:
the complainant being of the opinion that this provided grounds for legal proceedings
difference of opinion

a disagreement or mild quarrel:
there was a difference of opinion between myself and the chief planner
a matter of opinion

something not capable of being proven either way:
relativism tends to regard different beliefs as just a matter of opinion
Origin:

Middle English: via Old French from Latin opinio(n-), from the stem of opinari ‘think, believe’