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To have an opinion or opinions

think

verb

to have a particular opinion about someone or something

believe in

to think that an idea or a way of doing something is good or right

say

verb

to think something, or to have a particular opinion

consider

verb

to have a particular opinion about someone or something

hold

verb

to have an opinion about something

incline

verb

to tend to behave in a particular way or to have a particular attitude or opinion

reckon

verb

to have a particular opinion about someone or something

have a mind of your own

to have strong opinions and the ability to make your own decisions

know best

used for saying whose opinion is most important

view

verb

to think about or consider a subject or issue in a particular way

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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