propound v : put forward, as of an idea
EtymologyFrom the Middle English proponen "to put forward" from Latin proponere "to put forward" from pro- "before" + ponere "to put"
to put forward; to offer for discussion or debate
- Norwegian: framlegge, framsette
- Portuguese: propor
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