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put sth/sb forward

US put sth/sb forth
phrasal verb with put uk   /pʊt/ us   /pʊt/ verb present participle putting, past tense and past participle put
C1 to state an idea or opinion, or to suggest a plan or person, for other people to consider: The proposals that you have put forward deserve serious consideration. I wasn't convinced by any of the arguments that he put forward. Many suggestions have been put forward, but a decision is unlikely until after next year's general election. The peace plan put forward last August has been revived for the latest round of negotiations. She has decided to put her name/put herself forward as a candidate.

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put sth/sb forward

US put sth/sb forth
phrasal verb with put uk   /pʊt/ us   verb putting, put, put
to offer an idea or opinion, or suggest a plan or person, for other people to consider: The proposals that you have put forward deserve serious consideration.put sb/sth forward for sth I've put myself forward for the sales manager job.
(Definition of put sth/sb forward from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “put sth/sb forward”
in Chinese (Simplified) 提出(想法或计划), 推荐(某人)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 提出(想法或計劃), 推薦(某人)…
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