Origin of proposition
synonym study for proposition
OTHER WORDS FROM propositionprop·o·si·tion·al, adjectiveprop·o·si·tion·al·ly, adverbun·der·prop·o·si·tion, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH propositionpreposition, proposition
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How to use proposition in a sentence
How tech does these things is often arcane, but what it does – the outcome – should be easy to explain, especially as a business or investment proposition.HBO’s new sex cult doc has big lessons for investors|dzanemorris|September 2, 2020|Fortune
E-commerce, at least for now, has helped the company deliver on that proposition.How Hearst UK’s e-commerce revenue grew 322% during the second quarter|Lucinda Southern|August 21, 2020|Digiday
Microsoft still owns Bing’s search engine, Xbox’s gaming console and even MSN’s online portal, but it has become more of a business-facing tech company than a consumer proposition.
Landing pages need to communicate this proposition in a succinct way sufficiently.
As a business, your unique selling proposition is what sets you and your competitor’s miles apart.
However, welcoming refugees is an expensive and potentially risky proposition for European countries.Pope Bids Refugees to EU ‘Bienvenido’; Europe Says ‘Non’|Candida Moss|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It stands for the proposition that the biological basis of procreation should also be the sole organizing principle of society.
An HIV scare, Rand Paul talking points, and a (maybe) proposition.My Bizarre Night With James Deen, Libertarian Porn Star|Emily Shire|November 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The lack of love likely stems from DeMaio's silence on Proposition 8.No Shaking Sexual Harassment Allegations for Gay GOP House Hopeful|Olivia Nuzzi|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Indeed, turning all doctors into employees is quite a dangerous proposition.
Now the trouble with the main proposition just quoted is that each side of the equation is used as the measure of the other.
I will not, therefore, say that the proposition that the value of everything equals the cost of production is false.
If one could languish through life in the shell of a mere beauty that life would be a good deal simpler proposition than it is.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
But in reality this paradox of value is the most fundamental proposition in economic science.
When Michael got thus far in his proposition, it was not very difficult to work it to the end.
British Dictionary definitions for proposition
- the content of a sentence that affirms or denies something and is capable of being true or false
- the meaning of such a sentence: I am warm always expresses the same proposition whoever the speaker isCompare statement (def. 8)