Third-person singular simple present indicative form of proposition.(verb)
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Use "propositions" in a sentence
"Because understanding a lot about who's on the other side of the table, figuring out how to put together win-win propositions, I think is at the essence of good management and I think of good partnerships."
"One of the value propositions is that security and safety are major issues in these countries, and so mobile wallets in some ways offer a safer alternative to cash."
"Like a vote for Ralph Nader, or a decision to not vote at all, a "default no" on ballot propositions is a particularly pointless act of political protest."