He has a very high opinion of himself (= thinks he is very skilled/clever in a way that is annoying).

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We use opinion as a noun to mean beliefs or judgements about someone or something. When it refers to the beliefs or judgements of individuals, it is countable: …
the ideas that a person or a group of people have about something or someone, which are based mainly on their feelings and beliefs, or a single idea of this type:
We are of the opinion that this is just the main thermodynamic difference between the "cold" ablation and the organic material ablation.
To let respondents spontaneously express their opinions, an open-ended question requested of them to list conditions in their companies which they found attractive and unattractive.
Besides the standard section, in every wave some questions are added to poll the opinions surrounding hot topics.
This conflicting opinion, together with complex cultural and socioeconomic issues surrounding wetlands, has given rise to a plethora of views on how to develop wetlands.
The latter had formulated their opinions after a maximum of six months" teaching experience, the former after many years in the classroom.
There is, in teaching music (as in all other subjects), substantial room for legitimate differences in professional opinion.
If central powers tended to do the same for opposite reasons, their attitude towards non-bureaucratic opinion alternated between indifference and hostility.
In other words, this analysis does not negate previous findings that opinion change and attitude stability vary by political sophistication.
Unlike legislative bodies, courts are not directly accountable to voters, and at least in theory, they are not influenced by public opinion.
The issue had to be transformed into a "visible" subject, and private views into debatable opinions.
This confirms our thesis that by varying the content of the plasma probabilistic ensemble one may advance diver se opinions regarding some physical phenomena.
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If no longer supplying a "whole climate of opinion," its effect on the psychological weather thus endures.
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