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proposition

US [ˌprɑpəˈzɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [ˌprɒpəˈzɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.命题;建议;主张;观点
  • v.求欢
  • Web提议;主题;论点
Plural Form:propositions  Present Participle:propositioning  Past Tense:propositioned  
proposition
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n.
1.
提议,建议,计划(尤指业务上的)an idea or a plan of action that is suggested, especially in business
I'd like to put a business proposition to you.
我想向您提个业务上的建议。
He was trying to make it look like an attractive proposition .
他正设法使他的计划显得吸引人。
2.
欲做的事;待处理的问题;任务a thing that you intend to do; a problem or task to be dealt with
Getting a work permit in the UK is not always a simple proposition.
在英国获得工作许可证往往不是一件简单的事情。
3.
(美国)法律修正议案(in the US) a suggested change to the law that people can vote on
How did you vote on Proposition 8?
对于第 8 项修正案你是怎么投的票?
4.
见解;主张;观点a statement that expresses an opinion
Her assessment is based on the proposition that power corrupts.
她的分析是建立在权力使人堕落的观点上的。
5.
命题a statement of a theorem , and an explanation of how it can be proved
v.
1.
~ sb
求欢to say in a direct way to sb that you would like to have sex with them
She was propositioned by a strange man in the bar.
酒吧里有个陌生男人向她求欢。

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