put in my/your two cents


1. add one's opinion/advice/thoughts to a subject or situation






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want me to put in my two cents?

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To 'put my two cents in' and the shorter 'my two cents'  is an American medium usually said before or after giving your opinion or view on something. "If I can put my two cents in, that approach didn't work very well last time." This is an informal expression but you can hear it used in social and professional contexts.

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  1. You can put in your two cents but I can't promise I will listen.
  2. No one asked but I'm going to put in my two cents anyway so pay attention.

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  1. If I can put in my two cents here, I think what you are suggesting is a terrible idea.
  2. Let's go around the table so everyone can put in their two cents.

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