propose

propose
proposable, adj.proposer, n.
/preuh pohz"/, v., proposed, proposing.
v.t.
1. to offer or suggest (a matter, subject, case, etc.) for consideration, acceptance, or action: to propose a new method.
2. to offer (a toast).
3. to suggest: He proposed that a messenger be sent.
4. to present or nominate (a person) for some position, office, membership, etc.
5. to put before oneself as something to be done; design; intend.
6. to present to the mind or attention; state.
7. to propound (a question, riddle, etc.).
v.i.
8. to make an offer or suggestion, esp. of marriage.
9. to form or consider a purpose or design.
[1300-50; ME < MF proposer (see PRO-1, POSE1), by assoc. with derivatives of L propositus, ptp. of proponere to set forth. See PROPOSITUS]
Syn. 1. proffer, tender, suggest, recommend, present. 4. name. 5. plan. See intend. 6. pose, posit.
Ant. 1. withdraw.

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