What means have your say?
DEFINITIONS1. to get the chance to say what you think about something. I’m speaking now. You can have your say later!
Have your say initiative?
Through the ‘Have your say’ portal, individuals and organisations can give feedback on roadmaps or impact assessments of upcoming legislation. They can also take part in 12-week public consultations on initiatives under preparation or evaluations of the performance of existing EU actions.
Have your say usage?
have (one’s) say To express or make known one’s views, opinions, or ideas. We aren’t going to make a decision until everyone here has had their say. They won’t let me have my say because they know I disagree with them.
What’s your take Meaning?
What’s your take on that? This idiom is way of asking someone for their opinion and ideas. similar ( 8 )
What’s your say synonym?
get chance to say what you think Synonyms: To give your opinion. express. comment. speak out.
How does a public consultation work?
Public consultation is a process that involves the public in providing their views and feedback on a proposal to consider in the decision-making. Secondly, those decision-makers are not necessarily experts on the issues for which they are deciding or debating.
Do I have a say Meaning?
To have an active and participatory role in making or influencing a decision about something. The best thing about working for a smaller company is that it finally feels like everyone has a say in how it should operate.
What’s your opinion on me meaning?
Your opinion on something describes your ideas or beliefs regarding a particular matter or topic. For example, “What’s your opinion on the new tax law?” Usually you’d use this phrase to ask for someone’s opinion on a broad topic that allows for many different opinions to be discussed. This phrasing can open up debates.
What’s your take on life meaning?
– a theory or attitude that acts as a guiding principle for behaviour. Or you might know it as an attitude, mantra or belief system. I don’t know about you but for me, having ‘that thing’ that guides my take on life makes all the difference. And, the older I’ve become the more I’ve realised how important it is.