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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Giving his two cents, Alif Ailaan's Mosharaff Zaidi tweeted: 'Ruet e #AvenfieldReference Committee still deliberating.'
Giving his two cents on NABs inquiry against Nawaz and others for allegedly laundering $4.9 billion to India, Naeem admitted that the accountability bureau has made a mistake.bsac-850950-789198246-placeCommenting on Nawazs criticism of NAB, Naeem said that the PML-N is undergoing turmoil currently.
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Retired Court of Appeals Justice Francisco Nick Acosta, Duterte's law school classmate and fraternity brother, as well as San Beda Law Alumni President, was also quoted as giving his two cents on Tolentino: 'He continually strives for professional growth and is an excellent servant loyal to the country and is for this administration's clean and good government....Our brothers in the Lex Talionis Fraternity will not be surprised if he is endorsed or appointed by the President,' Acosta said.