Definition of 'suggest'
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What the first two suggest is caring about others and the way we conduct our relationships. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Together share the kind of thoughts and ideas suggested in the exercise for individuals. 50 Ways to Become a Self-Confident Woman (1989)But no one would seriously suggest we should have laws licensing dangerous driving or theft. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Another suggests that there are as many as ten lawyers in the city disguised as tourists. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He also suggests putting a sock filled with cat litter under the windscreen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If so tell us about it and suggest where to go. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The figures suggest that something is awry. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Another option suggested is to remove the top floor from six blocks and install lower roofs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Suggest he does something positive to use his time while looking for work. The Sun (2012)Can you suggest something else that would provide some feathery green flowers? Times, Sunday Times (2015)He suggests finding another challenge that does not rely on where the company is in relation to its competitors. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Making a difference Students can suggest ideas for change and generally they are approved by the university. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The figures suggest that only one employee in ten moves to a new Job each year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The tax bill has been suggested at about $6 million. Times, Sunday Times (2014)For the longer term, some suggest more radical ideas. Times, Sunday Times (2009) One suggested the dolls could be used as models for identifying American spies. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Similarly, stories about his life suggest that the only exercise that he took was in bed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Their study of small working groups across a range of sectors suggests that just one bad person in a team will destroy the entire ethos. Times, Sunday Times (2007)H5N1 flu might not yet have triggered a pandemic, and this case does not suggest it is about to. Times, Sunday Times (2008)After moving into her home, he suggested putting her mortgage in both names so they could remortgage based on both salaries. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I suggest they put a further 15,000 into their cash reserve. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A good idea has a ripple effect, soon suggesting other ideas or applications. Christianity Today (2000)I don't think anyone is suggesting you should put yourself in danger. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'suggest'
British English: suggest /səˈdʒɛst; səɡˈdʒɛst/ VERB
If you suggest something, you put forward a plan or idea for someone to consider.
I suggested we walk to the park.
- American English: suggest
- Arabic: يَقْتَرِحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sugerir
- Chinese: 建议
- Croatian: predložiti
- Czech: navrhnout
- Danish: foreslå
- Dutch: suggereren
- European Spanish: sugerir
- Finnish: ehdottaa
- French: suggérer
- German: vorschlagen
- Greek: υπονοώ
- Italian: suggerire
- Japanese: 提案する
- Korean: 제안하다
- Norwegian: foreslå
- Polish: zasugerować
- European Portuguese: sugerir
- Romanian: a sugera
- Russian: предлагать
- Spanish: sugerir
- Swedish: föreslå
- Thai: แนะนำ
- Turkish: önermek
- Ukrainian: пропонувати
- Vietnamese: gợi ý
Definition of suggest from the Collins English Dictionary
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