英 [səˈdʒestʃən] 美 [səɡˈdʒɛstʃən, səˈdʒɛs-]
名词 建议，意见，暗示; 联想，启发; 微量
1. I ordered a steak at his suggestion.
2. He made the suggestion that we go by train.
3. Poetry achieves its finest effects by suggestion.
4. Such is the power of suggestion that within two minutes the patient is asleep.
5. I detected a suggestion of malice in his remarks.
If you make a suggestion, you put forward an idea or plan for someone to think about.
e.g. The dietitian was helpful, making suggestions as to how I could improve my diet...
e.g. Perhaps he'd followed her suggestion of a stroll to the river...
A suggestion is something that a person says which implies that something is the case.
e.g. We reject any suggestion that the law needs amending...
e.g. There are suggestions that he might be supported by the Socialists.
If there is no suggestion that something is the case, there is no reason to think that it is the case.
e.g. There is no suggestion whatsoever that the two sides are any closer to agreeing...
e.g. There is absolutely no suggestion of any mainstream political party involvement.
If there is a suggestion of something, there is a slight amount or sign of it.
e.g. ...that fashionably faint suggestion of a tan.
e.g. ...a firm, well-sprung mattress with not one suggestion of a sag.
A：I advise you to take a bus.
B：I think your suggestion is very acceptable.
A：How is the new material working out for you ?
B：Fine .we‘re saving a lot of money with it .
A：I‘m glad to hear that .
B：It was a good suggestion .thanks .