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
How to use proposition in a sentence
One needs to participate in organic discussions on topics associated with the brand’s value proposition.Crowd Marketing: Fears, perks and a comprehensive Guide|Sponsored Content: Natural Links|November 20, 2020|Search Engine Land
Decreased turnout is a nightmare proposition for both Democrats and Republicans — an inability to pass legislation for the former and the loss of majority control and the agenda for the latter.
So, things are changing, but TV is still hugely important in building broad, mass-reach propositions.Does Advertising Actually Work? (Part 1: TV) (Ep. 440)|Stephen J. Dubner|November 19, 2020|Freakonomics
This newsletter is dedicated to the proposition that, for businesses, design matters.How design keeps companies focused on people as the pandemic pushes businesses online|claychandler|November 17, 2020|Fortune
Instagram versus TikTok is also not an either-or proposition when it comes to creators’ deals with brands.‘A different atmosphere than couple months ago’: How the Instagram-TikTok rivalry for creators has cooled|Tim Peterson|November 16, 2020|Digiday
A propositional function (that is to say a definition) does not always determine a class.
Only propositions can be "true," and only propositional functions can be "true under all circumstances."
(β) A propositional function is necessary when all its values are true.
That is the subject-matter of the propositional part of a classic tragedy.Richard Wagner His Life and His Dramas|W. J. Henderson
Call it a propositional function; and, if φx be a propositional function, the undetermined variable x is the argument.
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)