matter of opinion


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matter of opinion

A topic that is subject to one's preferences. I know it's a matter of opinion, but I think that living in the city is more enjoyable than living in the suburbs.
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matter of opinion

the question of how good or bad someone or something is. It's a matter of opinion how strong the company is. John thinks it's great and Fred thinks it's poor.
See also: matter, of, opinion
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The proposition, that "This trip will be a good thing for our family" was a proposition in a matter of opinion.
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What is not a matter of opinion is that, in relation to this affair, rank and file police oficers lied thereby besmirching the name of all such officers throughout the country who will, by some, be tarred with the same brush.