How to Pronounce OPED?

Correct pronunciation for the word "OPED" is [ɒpˈɛd], [ɒpˈɛd], [ɒ_p_ˈɛ_d].

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"OPED" in context

An OPED is a type of opinion article appearing regularly in newspapers and magazines. It stands for "Opinion-Editorial" and is generally written by a guest columnist in order to present a specific point of view on timely issues. The articles are typically short and feature a persuasive argument for the reader. They often paint a picture of a current event and present an opposing viewpoint that is separate from their own.

The primary purpose of an OPED is to give readers a perspective that may not be included in the regular news coverage. It allows for the author to provide insight and analysis that may be hidden in normal media outlets.


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