propose, suggest, advise(verb)
make a proposal, declare a plan for something
"the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax"
suggest, aim, send word, apprise, indicate, pop the question, intimate, counsel, advise, rede, purport, declare oneself, paint a picture, project, hint, offer, evoke, apprize, notify, give notice, nominate, purpose
present for consideration, examination, criticism, etc.
"He proposed a new plan for dealing with terrorism"; "She proposed a new theory of relativity"
suggest, aim, throw, see, protrude, design, pop the question, visualize, figure, jut, advise, cast, purport, declare oneself, plan, image, externalise, fancy, project, visualise, stick out, contrive, offer, send off, envision, jut out, externalize, nominate, purpose, picture
aim, purpose, purport, propose(verb)
propose or intend
"I aim to arrive at noon"
suggest, aim, shoot for, place, pop the question, draw a bead on, aspire, drive, advise, purport, declare oneself, take aim, project, resolve, direct, train, get, take, target, calculate, nominate, point, purpose, offer
put forward; nominate for appointment to an office or for an honor or position
"The President nominated her as head of the Civil Rights Commission"
propose, declare oneself, offer, pop the question(verb)
ask (someone) to marry you
"he popped the question on Sunday night"; "she proposed marriage to the man she had known for only two months"; "The old bachelor finally declared himself to the young woman"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
In its most frequent use, propose differs from purpose in that what we purpose lies in our own mind, as a decisive act of will, a determination; what we propose is offered or stated to others. In this use of the word, what we propose is open to deliberation, as what we purpose is not. In another use of the word, one proposes something to or by himself which may or may not be stated to others. In this latter sense propose is nearly identical with purpose, and the two words have often been used interchangeably. But in the majority of cases what we purpose is more general, what we propose more formal and definite; I purpose to do right; I propose to do this specific thing because it is right. In the historic sentence, "I propose to move immediately on your works," purpose would not have the same sharp directness.
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How to use propose in a sentence?
Clearly for Democrats to propose pursuing impeachment when Mueller apparently did not find evidence of collusion and conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians would be a mistake.
As we enter 2015 with a significantly lower oil price than in recent years, the Board believes it is not prudent to propose a dividend payment for the full year.
I am deeply concerned about my community and our government and believe that right now it's essential for new individuals to step forward and propose new ideas. I would not be on this road if I did not feel strongly that there was an opportunity to win and as a result, make a difference.
Whatever House Democrats propose to bring up can not become law because it's unconstitutional.
What Kennedy said helped us so much in our preparation for the first lunar landing, i'd like to transfer that spirit from where we are to where we might go and I would propose going direct to Mars under what I would call a JFK Mars Express.
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- proposarCatalan, Valencian
- fri, foreslåDanish
- vorschlagen, einen Heiratsantrag machenGerman
- προτείνω, κάνω πρόταση γάμου, προτίθεμαιGreek
- proponer, pedir la manoSpanish
- خواستن, خواستگاری, پیشنهاد کردنPersian
- esittää, aikoa, ehdotella, kosia, ehdottaaFinnish
- proposer, demander en mariageFrench
- proporre il matrimonio, proporreItalian
- 申し込む, 求婚, 結婚を申し込む, プロポーズJapanese
- 구애하다, 의도하다, 제안하다Korean
- پێشنیازکردن, داوای دهس کردنKurdish
- taka mahara, whakatū, taka whakaaro, mārohirohi, marohi, uakiMāori
- ten huwelijk vragen, voorstellenDutch
- foreslå, friNorwegian
- oświadczyć się, zaproponować, zamierzać, proponować, oświadczać sięPolish
- pedir a mão, propor, pretenderPortuguese
- propune, a cere în căsătorie, sugestiona, pețiRomanian
- сделать предложение, предлагать, предложить, просить руки, делать предложение, попросить рукиRussian
- föreslå, friaSwedish
- cầu hônVietnamese
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