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to (one's) way of thinking
According to one's belief, opinion, or point of view. They demand that all their employees adhere to their way of thinking regarding the issue, threatening to fire anyone who speaks publicly against it. To our way of thinking, shifting focus to the mobile phone market has the potential to increase revenue by 37% year on year.
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to someone's way of thinking
in someone's opinion. This isn't satisfactory to my way of thinking. To my way of thinking, this is the perfect kind of vacation.
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to ˈmy, ˈyour, etc. way of thinkingin my, etc. opinion: To his way of thinking, mobile phones should be banned on public transport.
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