offer an opinion

See: advise
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The sawyer himself did not participate in the conference, but abided at a little distance, like an outer satellite who was not to speak until required, or to offer an opinion until invited.
But since the question is capable of experimental decision, it would be gratuitous rashness to offer an opinion while that decision is lacking.
He writes shortly and bitterly about Sir Percival's explanations, only saying that he has no right to offer an opinion on the conduct of those who are above him.
But it needs a great deal of supplementing before anyone could offer an opinion.
ACCORDING TO THE EXPOSURE DRAFT OF A NEW SAS, the understanding of internal controls required for CPAs to express an opinion on financial statements is not adequate for them to offer an opinion on the controls themselves.