say one's piece

say one's piece
say openly what one thinks

He said his piece at the meeting and then left quietly by the back door.


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  • say\ one's\ piece — • say one s piece • speak one s piece v. phr. To say openly what you think; say, especially in public, what you usually say or are expected to say. John told the boss that he thought he was wrong and the boss got angry. He said, You ve said your… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • say one's piece — To contribute one s opinion • • • Main Entry: ↑piece * * * give one s opinion or make a prepared statement …   Useful english dictionary

  • say one's piece — ► say one s piece give one s opinion or make a prepared statement. Main Entry: ↑piece …   English terms dictionary

  • say one's piece —  Say what one feels one ought to say, out of duty, etc …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • say one's piece — give one s opinion or make a prepared statement. → piece …   English new terms dictionary

  • speak one's piece — See: SAY ONE S PIECE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • speak one's piece — See: SAY ONE S PIECE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • speak\ one's\ piece — • say one s piece • speak one s piece v. phr. To say openly what you think; say, especially in public, what you usually say or are expected to say. John told the boss that he thought he was wrong and the boss got angry. He said, You ve said your… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • say one's peace — or[speak one s piece] {v. phr.} To say openly what you think; say, especially in public, what you usually say or are expected to say. * /John told the boss that he thought he was wrong and the boss got angry. He said, You ve said your little… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • say one's peace — or[speak one s piece] {v. phr.} To say openly what you think; say, especially in public, what you usually say or are expected to say. * /John told the boss that he thought he was wrong and the boss got angry. He said, You ve said your little… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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