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(one's) two cents' worth
One's opinion or point of view for whatever it may be worth, generally when it is unasked for. I find Jeff's husband a bit trying at times. He always insists on putting in his two cents' worth, whether we want his opinion or not! Here's my two cents' worth: I think the staff would really appreciate a bump in their pay.
your two cents' worthmainly AMERICAN
Your two cents' worth is your opinion about something, even if nobody has asked you for it. Your father kept telling me to hush up but you know me, I had to put in my two cents' worth. Note: An old-fashioned British expression for this is your two penn'orth.