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have a high/low/good/bad etc opinion of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a high/low/good/bad etc opinion of somebody/somethinghave a high/low/good/bad etc opinion of somebody/somethingADMIRECRITICIZEto think that someone or something is very good or very bad They have a very high opinion of Paula’s work. opinion
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have a high/low/good/bad etc opinion of somebody/somethingHe did not, in any case, have a high opinion of Santayana - an animus which Santayana reciprocated towards Eliot.Politicians generally have a low opinion of the press, just as the press generally has a low opinion of lawmakers.All I can say to that is that I have a higher opinion of your judgement than he has.She does not seem to have a high opinion of married life.
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