Translation of opine in Spanish:
- [formal] that would be premature, he opined—eso sería prematuro —opinó or tercióExample sentences
- C.P. Scott, Manchester Guardian editor from 1872 to 1929, will always be in journalism's pantheon for opining that ‘comment is free, but facts are sacred’.
- More seriously, Jenny opines that the reason there are fewer women on the comedy circuit is that it is just not geared to women's lives.
- Mrs Rainy Day opined that the observing of birthdays is primarily a matter for children, not for adults.
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