Значение идиомы say one’s peace

[say one’s peace] or [speak one’s piece] {v. phr.} To say openlywhat you think; say, especially in public, what you usually say or areexpected to say.

John told the boss that he thought he was wrongand the boss got angry. He said, “You’ve said your little piece, so goon home.”

Every politician got up and said his piece about howgood the mayor was and then sat down.

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