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Opine GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

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Opine GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

/əʊˈpaɪn/ (verb)

Definition

to express one’s opinion or idea, voice, point out, suggest, maintain, stipulate, say, suppose, state opinion, declare, reckon, pronounce, hold forth, posit, assume, preach, speak out

Example

“Men get attacked for their opinions, and women get attacked because they have opinions,” says Vox producer and correspondent Liz Plank. Suffice it to say: Expressing opinions or opining that you have something to say is not easy. Studies show women writers receive more negative feedback, regardless of the topic. It is no wonder only 20% of op-eds at major news outlets are written by women.

While expressing opinions can be challenging, it is part of being a leader. The opinions of leaders shape business decisions and the news. To be part of the discussion, speak up in the workplace. Demonstrate your knowledge and value. Your ideas are important and can be, as journalist Katherine Lanpher says, “powerful solutions to big problems.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/

Antonyms

repress, suppress

Parts of speech

Noun: opinion

Adjective: opinionated


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