Suggest - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |səˈdʒest|  American pronunciation of the word suggest
Brit.  |səˈdʒɛst|  British pronunciation of the word suggest
- make a proposal, declare a plan for something (syn: advise, propose)
- drop a hint; intimate by a hint (syn: hint)
- imply as a possibility (syn: intimate)
The evidence suggests a need for more clarification
- call to mind (syn: evoke)

Examples

The architect suggested restoring the building.

He suggested a visit to the gallery.

She suggested a compromise to us.

I suggested waiting.

An idea suggested itself to me.

She suggested (to us) that an exception be / should be made.

Who suggested his taking part?

Does the name suggest nothing to you?

What does this shape suggest to you?

Did she suggest where we should meet?

The evidence suggests a need for more clarification

All of your classmates have begun their projects, and I suggest you do the same.

Who would you suggest for the job?

I suggest caution in a situation like this.

There is nothing to suggest that the two events are connected.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: suggest
he/she/it: suggests
present participle: suggesting
past tense: suggested
past participle: suggested
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