give (one's) two cents

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give (one's) two cents

To share 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 giving his two cents whether we want his opinion or not! If I can just give my two cents, I think the staff would really appreciate a bump in their pay.
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If I were to give my two cents to young choreographers, I would tell them to use their work to create a dialogue with the audience: Give them something personal, something dear to you.
'I read your article and I would like to give my two cents. I assume Bunso is still in his late 20s or early 30s.
I want to give my two cents' worth on the responsibility of parents in a society that has perhaps gone mad and seems unable to discern between what is good or bad and a government that is no longer for the people but for its leaders.
Or if the Lakers want me to reach out and call a player or something like that 6 if they want me to talk to the player and give my two cents on what it was like to play here and what this market is like 6 I'll certainly do that.
"I'll talk to him and give my two cents on everything, but he's got to do what he feels is best for him to get ready and play at a high level."
So I was in no position to give my two cents, in no position to try to tell another Brother how to console his child, who was distraught after coming in third place during an ice-skating competition
With that said, let me also give my two cents: The agency does need to trim the fat.
I wanted to give my two cents worth about four KMOX radio on-the-air personalities.
"I have always been one to leap in and give my two cents. If I was wrong, I admitted it and went on to plan B.
Please allow me to give my two cents' worth on the matter of countering terrorism in the Philippines.