air (one's) opinion

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air (one's) opinion

To make one's argument, beliefs, or ideas on a given topic known, as in a discussion or debate. If you'll just allow me to air my opinion, you might understand where I stand on the matter.
See also: air, opinion
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Netizens both Pacquiao and Mayweather fans trooped to social media to air opinion over Mayweather's post.
For the transmission of Catholic life values, a genuine parish community should be relevant seven days a week, have a richness of life and activity that is sensitive to and satisfies many needs, has an active thought life, provides opportunities to air opinions, and nurtures and supports personal growth and encourages individual talents for the benefit of the community.
Ahead of tonight's clash with Liverpool, the Spurs gaffer said: "The fans have the right to air opinions.
Cable news today perpetuates a vicious circle: critical views of American foreign policy are unrepresented in the leadership of either party, and producers are reluctant to air opinions perceived as out of the mainstream.
Miserable people are entitled to air opinions here, but why do they suffer this determination to impose their odd views on the majority?
The Sunday forums at Henlow allowed people to air opinions on subjects which would normally be perceived as taboo, and this has achieved an openness the sport needed.
There are also links to sources of help and advice for young people and users can participate in discussions on-line and air opinions on message boards.
He was speaking at an NUT meeting of teachers and parents at the Birmingham and Midlands Institute, convened to air opinions on the tests.
It will also act as a forum for Chinese people to air opinions on policies and actions which have an impact on their lives.
Any day of the week, we can expect to get an earful from callers who dispute our right to publish or air opinions with which they disagree.
Paul Quinn, the agency's area environment manager, said it was keen to address concerns people had and said the meetings were a good chance for people to air opinions.
The Wolves team that I know has always been a strong group, but you should never be afraid to air opinions.