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suggestion

noun [C or U]
 
 
/səˈdʒes.tʃən/
an idea, plan or action that is suggested or the act of suggesting it
提議;建議
I don't know what to wear tonight - do you have any suggestions?
我不知道今晚該穿甚麼——你有甚麼建議嗎?
She made some very helpful suggestions but her boss rejected them all.
她提了些很有幫助的建議,但被她的老闆全部否定了。
[+ that] They didn't like my suggestion that we should all share the cost.
他們不喜歡我所提出費用分攤的建議。
I have a few favourite restaurants that I tend to go back to, but I'm always open to new suggestions (= willing to try new ones that people suggest).
我有幾家很喜歡的餐館,常常會去光顧,但有新提議的話,我也很樂意換換口味。
I went to the Park Street dentist's at Ann's suggestion (= as a result of Ann suggesting it) and I was really impressed.
我聽從安的建議去了派克街的牙醫診所,結果發現真的很不錯。
Suggestions and proposals
communication of an idea without stating it directly
暗示
the suggestion of his guilt
暗示他的罪行
Digressing and being indirect or evasiveMoving in order to avoid contactNot saying much
a slight amount or trace of something
微量;細微跡象
a suggestion of an Irish accent
微微有些愛爾蘭人的口音
Words meaning small pieces and amountsSmall in number and quantity
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 Russian предложение, совет…
in Turkish öneri, teklif…
in Chinese (Simplified) 提议, 建议, 暗示…
in Polish propozycja, sugestia…
(Definition of suggestion from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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