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Translation of "suggest" - English-Spanish dictionary

suggest

verb   /səˈdʒest/
B1 to say an idea or plan for someone else to consider sugerir I suggest that we park the car here. He suggested having the meeting at his house.
B1 to say that someone or something is suitable for something recomendar Can you suggest a good hotel?
(Definition of suggest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suggest

verb /səˈdʒest, (American also) səɡ-/
to put (an idea etc ) before another person etc for consideration; to propose sugerir; proponer He suggested a different plan I suggest doing it a different way She suggested to me one or two suitable people for the committee I suggest that we have lunch now.
to put (an idea etc) into a person’s mind; to hint insinuar; ocurrirse Are you suggesting that I’m too old for the job? An explanation suddenly suggested itself to me.
suggestion /-tʃən/ noun
the act of suggesting. sugerencia
something that is suggested; a proposal or idea sugerencia, propuesta Has anyone any other suggestions to make? What a clever suggestion!
a slight trace or sign insinuación; indicio, asomo, nota There was a suggestion of boredom in his tone.
(Definition of suggest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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