- n. 提议；事业；命题
- vt. 向 ... 调情
- <口>向（女性）求欢， 向…调情，提出猥亵的要求
- 向 ... 提议，向…提出要求
- [C]论点,主张 statement that expresses a judgement or an opinion; assertion
- [C]建议,提案 thing that is proposed, especially in business; suggestion
- [C]命题 formal statement of a theorem or problem, usually containing its proof
(logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false
a proposal offered for acceptance or rejection;
"it was a suggestion we couldn't refuse"
an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors)
the act of making a proposal;
"they listened to her proposal"
a task to be dealt with;
"securing adequate funding is a time-consuming proposition"
suggest sex to;
"She was propositioned by a stranger at the party"
- His proposition is good in theory but cannot be put into practice.
- This is the inverse of his earlier proposition.
- This is not money-making proposition.
- Tunnelling under the English Channel is a big proposition.
- It is a proposition deducible from basic postulates.
- She was propositioned several times in the course of the evening.
- The young man gave a clear proposition at the meeting.
- The business proposition was rejected as impractical.
- The two teams prepared to debate the given proposition.
The Cartesian proposition: 'I think, therefore I am'.出自： L. Durrell
The proposition that humans enjoyed a destiny to conquer the universe.出自： G. K. Wolfe
The GI..propositioned every woman in sight.出自：Listener