[ pruh-pohn ]
/ prəˈpoʊn /
verb (used with object), pro·poned, pro·pon·ing. Scot.
to suggest for consideration; propose.
to present before a jury or judge; plead for or request (an official decision).
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And the bits of business that I have to propone to you are rather in the nature of being confidential.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 11 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
British Dictionary definitions for propone
/ (prəˈpon, -ˈpəʊn) /
Scot to propose or put forward, esp before a court
Word Origin for propone
C14: from Latin prōpōnere to propose
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Word Origin and History for propone
"propose," late 14c., from Latin proponere "to put forth" (see propound). Related: Proponed; proponing; proponement.
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