propound

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To put forward; to offer for discussion or debate

Each school propounds its own theory without having given any thought to whether we are following what they say or getting left behind.

{v} to propose, exhibit, offer
To offer for consideration; to exhibit; to propose; as, to propound a question; to propound an argument
To propose or name as a candidate for admission to communion with a church
put forward, as of an idea
If someone propounds an idea or point of view they have, they suggest it for people to consider. Zoologist Eugene Morton has propounded a general theory of the vocal sounds that animals make. = put forward. to suggest an idea, explanation etc for other people to consider (propone (14-19 centuries), from proponere, from ponere )
{f} make a suggestion, propose an idea (or theory, etc.); present for discussion
propound a riddle
present a puzzle, present an enigma
propounder
{n} he who proposes, an offer
propounder
{n} he who proposes or offers
propounded
past of propound
propounder
{i} one who makes a suggestion, one who proposes an idea (or theory, etc.)
propounder
One who propounds, proposes, or offers for consideration
propounding
present participle of propound
propounds
third-person singular of propound
propound

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    /prəˈpound/ /prəˈpaʊnd/

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    [ pr&-'paund ] (transitive verb.) 1537. From the Middle English proponen (“to put forward”) Latin proponere (“to put forward”) pro- (“before”) + ponere (“to put”)

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