(one's) twopence (worth)

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(one's) twopence (worth)

One's ideas, opinions, or point of view. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. If anyone wants to hear Dr Sanders' twopence worth about the anti-vaccination debate, you can tune in to his podcast this Friday. I'd just like to put in my twopence worth before we finish up the meeting, if I may.
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Lee: We try to give Mike our twopence worth when it comes to the rap too (laughs).
Matt Prior was less than impressed Peter Siddle's remarks after getting him out and gestured with his finger in a way that could be interpreted as provocative, before Ricky Ponting dived in with his own twopence worth.
Such people are being made mincemeat of by police and the court system, social workers, probation workers, psychiatrists, all throwing in their twopence worth.
That's one of its strong points, thanks to Sir Jackie Stewart throwing in his twopence worth during development.
Even the train conductor interupted a conversation I was having with a fellow passenger at 7am yesterday morning in order to get his twopence worth in.
But O'Neill described Wenger's comments as "graceless and absolutely remarkable," adding: "John Gregory had his twopence worth as well on Tuesday by saying he hopes we'll cross the halfway line in the second leg.