propose

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  • There is also one closed station and one proposed station in the area.
  • However, this is not the class of train that would be used for the proposed service.
  • Regular sound changes proposed for this stage are few and remain open to interpretation.
  • Their use has also been proposed in the treatment of cancer.
  • It has also been proposed as a way to improve speech.
  • It does not include mere proposed institutions for which no instrument was ever signed.
  • With some exceptions, the plan may be proposed by any party in interest.
  • He fell in love with her but was unable to propose to her.
  • After their first night together, he proposed marriage.
  • It has since been revealed that a proposed route as far as station will be investigated.
  • He even proposed something akin to what much later emerged as game theory.
  • She then proposes that black people are given their own land.
  • As president, he had proposed a national observatory, which did not win much support.
  • He presented himself as law and order candidate proposing new efforts to fight crime.
  • Fischer refused to accept any match format other than the one he proposed.
  • Towards the end of the 1950s, machine-independent programming languages were first proposed.
  • In it he proposes a specific plan for using information technology to fight crime.
  • Because of this, several alternative names have been proposed.
  • The establishment of the post of Chief Minister was also proposed.
  • The first person to speak at the meeting is the member who proposed the agenda.
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Meaning of propose

  • verb Make a proposal, declare a plan for something
    the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax
  • verb Ask (someone) to marry you
    he popped the question on Sunday night, she proposed marriage to the man she had known for only two months, The old bachelor finally declared himself to the young woman