propor

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Borrowing from Latin prōpōnere, present active infinitive of prōpōnō ‎(I set forth; I propose; I declare), from prō + pōno ‎(put, place).

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propor ‎(first-person singular present indicative proponho, past participle proposto)

  1. to propose; to suggest
  2. to have as an objective or purpose
  3. to make oneself available or willing to do something
  4. (law) to file a lawsuit

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For usage examples of this term, see Citations:propor.

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