Definition of 'put forward'
Example sentences containing 'put forward'
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Otherwise we're not usually in a position to put forward any offer you care to make. LOST CHILDRENAfter much in-fighting and clandestine meetings in back rooms, three names were put forward as the front runners. A SONG AT TWILIGHTWe stared down one another's eyes blankly for a minute and then I put forward my idea. FOOLS GOLD
There was also the idea, put forward by Theory, that they might detect extremely small bursts of Hawking radiation from the ship. METAPLANETARY (2001)
Translations for 'put forward'
British English: put forward /pʊt ˈfɔːwəd/ VERB
If you put forward a plan, proposal, or name, you suggest that it should be considered for a particular purpose or job.
I asked my boss to put my name forward for the job in head office.
- American English: put forward
- Arabic: يُقَدِّم
- Brazilian Portuguese: propor
- Chinese: 提出
- Croatian: predložiti
- Czech: navrhnout
- Danish: lægge frem
- Dutch: naar voren brengen
- European Spanish: proponer
- Finnish: ehdottaa
- French: avancer
- German: vorbringen
- Greek: εισηγούμαι
- Italian: avanzare
- Japanese: 提唱する
- Korean: 제출하다
- Norwegian: fremsette
- Polish: wysunąć propozycję
- European Portuguese: propor
- Romanian: a înainta
- Russian: выдвигать
- Spanish: proponer
- Swedish: lägga fram
- Thai: เสนอ
- Turkish: ileriye almak
- Ukrainian: пропонувати
- Vietnamese: đề xuất
Definition of put forward from the Collins English Dictionary
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