put in one's two cents

put in one's two cents
give one's opinion

She always wants to put in her two cents when she has a chance.


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  • put\ in\ one's\ two\ cents\ worth — • two cents • feel like two cents noun informal 1. Something not important or very small; almost nothing. Paul was so angry that he said for two cents he would quit the team. When John saw that the girl he was scolding was lame, he felt like two… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • put in one's two cents worth — See: TWO CENTS(2) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put in one's two cents worth — See: TWO CENTS(2) …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • two\ cents — • two cents • feel like two cents noun informal 1. Something not important or very small; almost nothing. Paul was so angry that he said for two cents he would quit the team. When John saw that the girl he was scolding was lame, he felt like two… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • two\ cents\ worth — • two cents • feel like two cents noun informal 1. Something not important or very small; almost nothing. Paul was so angry that he said for two cents he would quit the team. When John saw that the girl he was scolding was lame, he felt like two… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • two cents — ☆ two cents n. a person s opinion: often in the phrase put in one s two cents [he put in his two cents then left the meeting]: also two cents worth …   English World dictionary

  • feel\ like\ two\ cents — • two cents • feel like two cents noun informal 1. Something not important or very small; almost nothing. Paul was so angry that he said for two cents he would quit the team. When John saw that the girl he was scolding was lame, he felt like two… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • two cents worth — something one wants to say, opinion He is always talking and I never have a chance to put in my two cents worth …   Idioms and examples

  • My two cents (idiom) — A United States cent, also known as a penny. My two cents (2¢) and its longer version put my two cents in is an American idiomatic expression, taken from the original English idiom expression: to put in my two pennies worth or my tuppence worth.… …   Wikipedia

  • two — [tu:] number [: Old English; Origin: twa] 1.) the number 2 ▪ I ll be away for almost two weeks. ▪ We have to be there by two (=two o clock) . ▪ His family moved to Australia when he was two (=two years old) . 2.) in twos in groups of two people… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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