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proposernoun [C]

uk   /prəˈpəʊ.zər/  us   /-ˈpoʊ.zɚ/
a ​person who ​suggests a ​subject for ​discussion: The proposer of the ​motiontonight is Jonathan Hesk. a ​person who ​suggests someone for a ​position or as a ​member of an ​organization
(Definition of proposer from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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proposernoun [C]

uk   us   /prəˈpəʊzər/
MEETINGS someone who makes a ​formal suggestion: The proposer of the ​motion this morning is Jonathan Holwe.
MEETINGS a ​person who suggests someone's ​name for a ​position or as a ​member of an ​organization: The ​candidate can be ​proposed by one proposer and two seconders.
INSURANCE someone who has ​applied for ​insurance for themselves or their ​property: The proposer must not hide any fact ​relating to the ​risk.
(Definition of proposer from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “proposer”
in Chinese (Simplified) 提议者, 提出者, 提名人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 提議人, 提出者, 提名人…
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