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Opinion - Expressing Opinions

Dive into English idioms that relate to expressing opinions, like "think outside the box" and "take it from me".

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English idioms related to Opinion
the thing is

used at the start of one's explanation or excuse

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for what it is worth

used before a comment or opinion to indicate that the speaker is sharing it, even though they may not be sure of its value or significance

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set in one's ways

to refuse to change one's opinions, behaviors, habits, etc.

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to speak one's mind

to express one's opinions in an honest or fearless way

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to shift one's ground

to adopt a different opinion or point of view, particularly a contradictory one

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to think little of sb

to have a negative or unfavorable opinion or perception of that person

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to think nothing of sth

to think that something is normal, easy, unimportant, etc., particularly while others think it to be wrong, strange, difficult, important, etc.

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to think outside the box

to think in a creative way in order to come up with original solutions

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in a new light

to perceive or regard someone or something with a new perspective, particularly one that is positive

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take it from me

used to advise someone to trust one's judgment or experience concerning a particular matter

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to take it from someone

used to tell someone to accept the word or advice of someone else, particularly someone who is older or more experienced

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gut feeling

a belief that is strong, yet without any explainable reason

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a word to the wise

used before advising someone or giving them a warning

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to run deep

(of a feeling, problem, or belief) to be really strong or troublesome due to having existed for a long time

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straight from the shoulder

saying what is in one's mind in a very forceful yet honest manner

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to (the best of) my knowledge

used when one is about to say something that is only based on information they have

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to shoot off one's mouth

to continuously talk about something, in a way that seems foolish or careless

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in one's bad books

in a state in which one is disliked by someone

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in one's good books

in a state in which someone is very pleased with one

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to change one's tune

to change one's opinion or behavior toward something

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to know where sb stand

to have an understanding of how one is viewed or valued by another person

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to not have a good word to say for sth

to have a very negative opinion about someone or something and to be unable to say anything positive or complimentary about them

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to hold one's tongue

to refrain from speaking or expressing one's thoughts or opinions

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