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Spanish translation of “propose”

propose

verb /prəˈpəuz/
to offer for consideration; to suggest
proponer
I proposed my friend for the post Who proposed this scheme?
to intend
proponerse
He proposes to build a new house.
to make an offer of marriage
declararse, proponer matrimonio, pedir la mano
He proposed (to me) last night and I accepted.
proposal noun something proposed or suggested; a plan
propuesta
proposals for peace.
an offer of marriage
proposición, propuesta
She received three proposals.
the act of proposing.
proposición, propuesta
(Definition of propose from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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