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opinar

Translation of opinar in English:

verbo intransitivo/intransitive verb

  • parece que todos pueden opinar menos yo it seems everyone is allowed to express an opinion o/or 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/or I would prefer not to comment el 15% restante no opina the remaining 15% are undecided o/or did not express an opinion

verbo transitivo/transitive verb

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