- parece que todos pueden opinar menos yo it seems everyone is allowed to express an opinion o to have their say except me si puedo opinar te diré que … if I may venture an opinion, I think … ¿le parece un acto legítimo? — prefiero no opinar do you consider it to be legitimate? — I prefer o I would prefer not to comment el 15% restante no opina the remaining 15% are undecided o did not express an opinion
- 1.1 (pensar) to think ¿qué opinas del aborto? what are your views on o what do you think about abortion? ¿qué opinas de ella? what do you think of her? opinaba que el tiempo lo arreglaba todo he was of the opinion o he held the view o he believed that time solved everything no opino lo mismo I do not share that view o opinion, I disagree 1.2 (expresar un juicio) opinó que deberían aplazarlo he was of the opinion that o he expressed the view that it should be postponed
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The Spanish constitutional court (Tribunal Constitucional) is made up of twelve members. It decides all matters relating to constitutional legislation, including common law, international treaties, and regional statutes. There is no appeal against its decisions, and all other constitutional bodies are subject to its control.