Suggest

глагол 1) предлагать, советовать Например: The architect suggested restoring the building. — Архитектор предложил восстановить здание. He suggested a visit to the gallery. — Он посоветовал посетить галерею. She suggested a compromise to us. — Она предложила нам компромиссное решение. I suggested waiting. — Я предложил подождать. Who suggested his taking part? — Кто был инициатором того, чтобы он принял участие? 2) внушать; подсказывать (мысль); намекать; наводить на мысль Например: Does the name suggest nothing to you? — Разве это имя вам ничего не говорит? An idea suggested itself to me. — Мне пришла в голову мысль. What does this shape suggest to you? — Это что-нибудь вам напоминает? She suggested (to us) that an exception be / should be made. — Она пыталась нас убедить в том, что должно быть сделано исключение. Did she suggest where we should meet? — Она сказала, где мы должны встретиться? Синоним(ы): mean 3) юриспруденция выдвигать в качестве предположения или мотива suggest suggested

Большой англо-русский словарь

Suggest

глагол общая лексика предлагать, советовать Например: she suggested a compromise to us — она предложила нам компромиссное решение she suggested him for the post — она предложила его на эту должность Смотри: suggested retail price

Англо-русский словарь экономических терминов

Suggest

1) внушать 2) наводить на мысль 3) намекать 4) означать 5) подсказывать 6) предлагать; советовать 7) (пред)полагать Например: to suggest itself — напрашиваться

Англо-русский научно-технический словарь

Suggest

transitive verb Etymology: Latin suggestus, past participle of suggerere to pile up, furnish, suggest, from sub- + gerere to carry 1. a. obsolete to seek to influence ; seduce b. to call forth ; evoke c. to mention or imply as a possibility
Example: suggested that he might bring his family d. to propose as desirable or fitting
Example: suggest a stroll e. to offer for consideration or as a hypothesis
Example: suggest a solution to a problem 2. a. to call to mind by thought or association
Example: the explosion…suggested sabotage — F. L. Paxson b. to serve as a motive or inspiration for
Example: a play suggested by a historic incidentsuggester noun Synonyms: suggest, imply, hint, intimate, insinuate mean to convey an idea indirectly. suggest may stress putting into the mind by association of ideas, awakening of a desire, or initiating a train of thought
Example: a film title that suggests its subject matter. imply is close to suggest but may indicate a more definite or logical relation of the unexpressed idea to the expressed
Example: measures implying that bankruptcy was imminent. hint implies the use of slight or remote suggestion with a minimum of overt statement
Example: hinted that she might get the job. intimate stresses delicacy of suggestion without connoting any lack of candor
Example: intimates that there is more to the situation than meets the eye. insinuate applies to the conveying of a usually unpleasant idea in a sly underhanded manner
Example: insinuated that there were shady dealings.

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера