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suggestionnoun

 us   /səɡˈdʒes·tʃən, sə-/

suggestion noun (IDEA MENTIONED)

[C/U] an idea, possible plan, or action that is mentioned for other people to consider: [C] She made some helpful suggestions on how to cut our costs. [C] They didn’t like my suggestion that we should all share the cost. [U] We’re open to suggestion (= willing to listen to other people’s ideas).

suggestion noun (SOMETHING THAT SHOWS)

[C] something that shows the existence of something but is not obvious: Police said there was no suggestion of foul play and that the death was the result of an accident.
Translations of “suggestion”
in Korean 제안…
in Arabic اِقْتِراح…
in Portuguese sugestão, proposta…
in Catalan suggeriment…
in Japanese 提案, 意見…
in Italian suggerimento, proposta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 提議, 建議, 暗示…
in Russian предложение, совет…
in Turkish öneri, teklif…
in Chinese (Simplified) 提议, 建议, 暗示…
in Polish propozycja, sugestia…
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