Translation of propound in Spanish:


proponer, v.

Pronunciation /prəˈpaʊnd//prəˈpaʊnd/

transitive verb

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    • Unfortunately, this lands him in the predicament of propounding a nonfalsifiable theory.
    • We have seen how it propounded a notion of divorce, from life and from the world.
    • He was the first economist of note to propound the idea of ‘optimum currency areas’ of which the euro-area is the first.
    • Socrates, Plato and Aristotle propounded theories about the nature of existence and how human beings should live.
    • The researchers who propound these theories and the doctors administering these treatments, by contrast, are regarded as courageous pioneers battling against official indifference and dogma.
    • He is not alone; many in India have propounded this theory lately.
    • In the middle of nineteenth century Karl Marx propounded the theory of historical and dialectical materialism.
    • We can propound the idea that entertainment is not optional, but a constituent element of human development.
    • These works actively propound the belief that the unexamined death is not worth dying.
    • The Enlightenment also propounded a belief in the transhistorical universality of human nature.
    • Has the postmodernists' faith in the viability of assimilating and propounding notions in fundamental tension with each other been lost?
    • The final poetic statement propounding the belief that life is all one time, not to be squandered or compartmentalized.
    • Your article starts wonderfully, propounding the sentiments that could have been expressed by a tree hugging commie like me, only you do it so much more eloquently.
    • He's written several popular books propounding his theories.
    • This runs contrary to the Zoroastrian doctrine of dualism, which propounds the idea of two conflicting powers - good and evil.
    • One such idea is being propounded by the critics.
    • I'm not propounding a solid theory, here.
    • Then the remark is taken up, carried a few miles, a theory is propounded and someone loses a reputation.
    • In propounding this concept, he does not adopt a nihilistic view of the continuing use of these chemicals.
    • And for three or four years they have sat and listened to lecturers propounding these half-baked ideas.