(v.) = feel ; take + the view ; opine ; offer + an opinion ; weigh in ; express + opinion (on) ; give + Posesivo + take ; think. Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado y participio thought. Ex: Some feel that the non-expressive nature of the notation limits the scheme's usefulness in computerised data bases. Ex: With two exceptions, respondents took the view that incremental change would be adequate as a response to the new phenomenon. Ex: Such techniques, she opined, emphasize production over people. Ex: The author offers the opinion that this trend goes against accepted wisdom in the industry. Ex: If Division VIII is best positioned to weigh in on terminology, Division VIII should do so and the rest of us should follow that lead. Ex: This is not an institution but a consultative body which considers and expresses an opinion on commission proposals for legislation. Ex: Please, please get off his back -- I'm so tired of listening to you give your take on what the President has said. Ex: Whether the juxtaposition of language with literature is as weighty an advantage as has on occasion been claimed is, I think, debatable. ---- * dar la oportunidad de opinar = give + voice to. * opinar con prepotencia = opinionate. * opinar dogmáticamente = opinionate. * opinar que = harbour + the belief that. * opinar sobre = give + an opinion on. * opinar unánimamente = speak with + one voice. * permitir opinar sobre = give + Nombre + a say in.