Please indicate someone in authority whose opinion you respect.

Hello All!

I’d like to ask whether the phrase can be use to express a certian meaning.

Here is a phrase: “someone of high authority for you”

It seems tpo me that I can use it to denote an opinion-leader whose opinion matters to somebody. can I use this phrase?

I wonder if prepasitions are also correct.

Thank you

As it’s just a phrase with no additional context it’s not really possible to say whether or not it is appropriate.

Here is the whole sentence: I want to ask people to indicate doctors of high authority for them.

Do you mean doctors that they see as having a high degree of authority or do you mean doctors who hold authority over them?

I mean that they respect these doctors and share the same opinion as doctors do. So that we can say that doctors form opinion among other people.

Then I don’t think ‘authority’ is the best word.
Perhaps:
Please indicate doctors who you hold in high regard.
Please indicate someone of high standing in your opinion.
Please indicate doctors you respect.
If you must use ‘authority’ then perhaps:
Please indicate someone in authority whose opinion you respect.

Thanks Beeesneees! Will follow one of the recommendations.