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put something forward

Definition of put something forward in English:

Submit a plan, proposal, or theory for consideration: the authority put forward positive proposals
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  • A package of proposals will be put forward for public debate in the normal way, once we have reached our final conclusions.
  • The latest proposals were put forward by the county council as part of its general programme to improve the safety of home-to-school walking routes.
  • No concrete proposals were put forward at the meeting, a spokesperson said.
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