Synonyms of 'present'
If you proffer something such as advice to someone, you offer it to them.
They have not yet proffered an explanation of how the accident happened.
If you raise a subject, an objection, or a question, you mention it or bring it to someone's attention.
He had been consulted and had raised no objections.
Ready money is in the form of notes and coins rather than cheques or credit cards, and so it can be used immediately.
I'm afraid I don't have much ready cash.
If something relates to a particular subject, it concerns that subject.
He was relating a story he had once heard.
a powerful, bizarre, and beautifully rendered story
What made you decide to show your paintings?
If someone stages a play or other show, they organize and present a performance of it.
She staged her first play in the late 1970s.
If you state something, you say or write it in a formal or definite way.
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
If you submit a proposal, report, or request to someone, you formally send it to them so that they can consider it or decide about it.
They submitted their reports to the Chancellor yesterday.
Thesaurus for present from the Collins English Thesaurus
You use present to describe things and people that exist now, rather than those that existed in the past or those that may exist in the future.