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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Listeners can get in touch with the programme through text, calls or social media to air their opinion about the latest water cooler topics that have the emirate talking.
Muraleedharan said community leaders were of course free to air their opinion.
IN REPLY to Keith Harris (Letters, June 8), the letters distributed by Keep Holmfirth Special were bound to be 100% against the Midlothian development, whereas the letters distributed on behalf of Holme Valley Voices allowed participants to air their opinion one way or the other.
Ruling VMRO-DPMNE say that they will air their opinion on SDSM's initiative when the proposal is provided to Parliament.
I expect to hear their opinion on the quality of the policies and the budget for 2009 and 2010 and in this segment there should not be any surprises, because we feed them with information on a regular basis and they regularly air their opinion on matters of their interest, too.
Today, Mirror Sport gives two managers from each province the opportunity to air their opinion of the new championship structure.
Here also, there were many who took to Twitter using the hashtag to air their opinions.
What is it with these self proclaimed so called local experts that make them think they should be heard and what is it about the BBC that gives them the time to air their opinions on something they know very little about?
Afterwards, as expected of a modern and socially-conscious society, Bicolanos took to social media to air their opinions and sentiments on what the president discussed.
But Trollope described artists who air their opinions in that way as being driven by their ego.
If they did not expect people to air their opinions they obviously had the wrong idea of what public duties were required of them.
I don't agree with some of it but I sure do value the right of people to challenge and air their opinions.
But they pay good money to watch us and are entitled to air their opinions.
There was also a chance for writers to discuss how important it is that the arts - whether it's dance or another art form - is reviewed and critiqued by independent voices, and that those voices are given a platform on which to air their opinions.