1. I
I shall do as you suggest я поступлю так, как вы предлагаете; have you nothing further to suggest? вы больше ничего не можете предложить?
2. III
suggest smth.
1) suggest a plan (a course of action, a method, a procedure, a good scheme, a retreat, etc.) предлагать план и т.д.; John suggested a swim and we all agreed Джон предложил пойти искупаться и мы согласились
2) the name (the sound, the music, his behaviour, etc.) suggests something название и т.д. напоминает о чем-л.; his face (his look) suggested an open-air life (fear, etc.) по его лицу (по его внешнему виду) было видно, что он проводит много времени /жил/ на свежем воздухе и т.д.; his skill suggests long training его умение /мастерство/ говорит о длительной тренировке; what suggested that thought? что вызвало эту мысль?; it hardly suggests a peaceful family scene это вряд ли похоже на мирную семейную картину; I didn't tell him to leave, I only suggested it я прямо не предлагал ему уйти, я только намекнул на это
3. IV
suggest smth. in some manner suggest smth. clearly (openly, promptly, slyly, tactfully, respectfully, contemptuously, .cautiously, etc.) ясно и четко и т.д. предлагать что-л.
4. XI
be suggested that... it is suggested that everybody leave the building предлагается всем покинуть здание
5. XIV
suggest doing smth. suggest going to the theatre (swimming, my following him, her staying at home, his coming with us, etc.) предлагать пойти в театр и т.д.
6. XVI
1) suggest to smb., smth. suggest to a poet a song (to him a satire, to the playwright the plan of a play, etc.) навести поэта на мысль о песне и т.д.; that suggested to me the idea of travelling это (на)толкнуло меня на мысль /заставило подумать/ о путешествии
2) suggest to smb. to do smth. suggest to foreigners to take an interpreter (to strangers to ask for a guide, to mother to invite a tutor, etc.) предлагать иностранцам взять переводчика и т.д.
suggest oneself a solution (an idea, a plan, etc.) suggested itself to me мне пришло в голову решение и т.д.
8. XXI1
1) suggest smb. for smth. suggest smb. for a president (for a chairman, for our leader, etc.) предлагать кого-л. в качестве президента и т.д., выдвигать кого-л. в президенты /чью-л. кандидатуру на пост президента/ и т.д.
2) suggest smth. to smb. suggest some idea to him (these thoughts to the writer, etc.) натолкнуть его на мысль и т.д.; what does that sound suggest to you? что тебе напоминает этот звук?
9. XXV
suggest that usually with should1)
I suggest that he [should] go there (that he tell us that, that we finish, etc.) я предлагаю, чтобы он пошел туда и т.д.; what do you suggest we [should] do tonight? что вы предлагаете нам делать сегодня вечером?; what do you suggest we [should] do? что ты предлагаешь нам делать?; suggest that smth. [should] be done suggest that the meeting be fixed for September 9th (that the building be restored, etc.) предложить, чтобы собрание было назначено на девятое сентября и т.д.;
suggest that... suggest that I am wrong (that I am lying, that you had a secret understanding with them, that you were not there at that time, etc.) намекать /говорить/, что я неправ и т.д.; his yawn (his behaviour, etc.) suggests that he would like to go to bed (that he is sick, etc.) то, что он зевает и т.д., указывает на то /говорит о том/, что ему хочется спать и т.д.; the glove suggested that she was at the scene of the crime перчатка свидетельствовала о том, что она была на месте преступления
10. XXVII2
suggest to smb. that... usually with should; I suggested to him that he should adopt a different policy я предложил ему избрать другой план действий

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