In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(aconsejar, proponer)to suggestno sé qué comprarle ¿qué me sugieres? — I don't know what to buy her, what do you suggest?
- les sugerí una visita al museo — I suggested a visit to the museum
- sugerirle a algn que + subj
- me sugirió que consultara con un especialista — he suggested that I (should) consult a specialist
- sugerir + inf
- sugiero dejarlo para mañana — I suggest we leave it / I suggest leaving it until tomorrow
- sugirió volver a escribirle — she suggested that we (should) write to him again
2(suscitar)¿qué te sugiere este cuadro? — what does this picture suggest to you?
- aquel episodio le sugirió el tema de su próxima canción — that incident gave him the idea for his next song
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