propose, suggest, advise(verb)
make a proposal, declare a plan for something
"the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax"
aim, send word, apprise, indicate, pop the question, intimate, counsel, propose, advise, rede, purport, declare oneself, paint a picture, project, hint, offer, evoke, apprize, notify, give notice, nominate, purpose
drop a hint; intimate by a hint
imply as a possibility
"The evidence suggests a need for more clarification"
suggest the necessity of an intervention; in medicine
"Tetracycline is indicated in such cases"
suggest, evoke, paint a picture(verb)
call to mind
"this remark evoked sadness"
conjure, extract, kindle, kick up, provoke, draw out, bring up, propose, advise, invoke, paint a picture, stir, put forward, call down, enkindle, hint, arouse, call forth, intimate, evoke, indicate, educe, elicit, raise, fire, conjure up
To imply but stop short of saying explicitly.
Are you suggesting that I killed my wife?
To make one suppose; cause one to suppose (something).
The name hamburger suggests that hamburgers originated from Hamburg.
To ask for without demanding.
I’d like to suggest that we go out to lunch.
The guidebook suggests that we visit the local cathedral, which is apparently beautiful.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Advert, mention, and refer are used of language that more or less distinctly utters a certain thought; the others of language from which it may be inferred. We allude to a matter slightly, perhaps by a word or phrase, as it were in byplay; we advert to it when we turn from our path to treat it; we refer to it by any clear utterance that distinctly turns the mind or attention to it; as, marginal figures refer to a parallel passage; we mention a thing by explicit word, as by naming it. The speaker adverted to the recent disturbances and the remissness of certain public officers; tho he mentioned no name, it was easy to see to whom he alluded. One may hint at a thing in a friendly way, but what is insinuated is always unfavorable, generally both hostile and cowardly. One may indicate his wishes, intimate his plans, imply his opinion, signify his will, suggest a course of action. Compare SUGGESTION.
The passage evidently alludes to the Jewish Passover.
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How to use suggest in a sentence?
In addition, reports from some states also suggest that the process for making claims has been in part shifted to a pen and paper approach, potentially delaying the filing process as well, this means that some of the 3.4 million in claims we estimate might have been spread into this week as well.
Bill Taylor're trying to see if any witness has a connection between foreign aid and pausing the foreign aid, as it relates to the quid pro quo, Bill Taylor haven't had any witness suggest that.
Women should be permitted to volunteer for non-combat service, they should not be accepted, voluntarily or through the draft, as combat soldiers. We know of no comparable ways of training women and girls, and we have no real way of knowing whether the kinds of training that teach men both courage and restraint would be adaptable to women or effective in a crisis. But the evidence of history and comparative studies of other species suggest that women as a fighting body might be far less amenable to the rules that prevent warfare from becoming a massacre and, with the use of modern weapons, that protect the survival of all humanity. This is what I meant by saying that women in combat might be too fierce.
I'm supportive of the President's pick, to suggest that he's not equipped to do it is to disregard what ambassadors do every day.
The scientific evidence is clear that the routine annual influenza vaccination of health care providers can reduce influenza-related illness and its potentially serious consequences among the providers and their patients, there is also evidence to suggest that when hospital workers get vaccinated, community flu rates decline.
Translations for suggest
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- اقترح, يقترحArabic
- συνιστώ, υπαινίσσομαι, προτείνωGreek
- sugerir, insinuarSpanish
- viitata, suositella, esittää, [[antaa]] [[ymmärtää]], vihjailla, ehdottaaFinnish
- suggérer, proposerFrench
- cuir an aireScottish Gaelic
- sugall, javasol, ajánl, sejtet, sugalmazHungarian
- proporre, suggerireItalian
- 提案, 提案する, 勧めるJapanese
- 시사하다, 암시하다, 추측하다, 제안하다Korean
- antyde, foreslåNorwegian
- suggereren, voorstellen, [[doen]] [[vermoeden]]Dutch
- føreslå, foreslå, antydeNorwegian Nynorsk
- sugerować, proponowaćPolish
- sugerir, proporPortuguese
- предлагать, предложить, советовать, намекнуть, посоветовать, намекатьRussian
- antyda, föreslåSwedish
- کا مشورہUrdu
- đề nghịVietnamese
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