Verb(1) express a supposition(2) expect, believe, or suppose(3) to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds(4) take for granted or as a given; suppose beforehand(5) require as a necessary antecedent or precondition
(1) suppose we leave this to the police(2) To take a hypothetical case, suppose that, on day one, an unlawful trading activity starts which is not disclosed or prevented as a result of the defendant's negligence.(3) Let's suppose , hypothetically, that spam is accepted, so everybody can do it.(4) It started as the theory of permutation groups, but now the general theory of groups does not suppose that elements of groups should be permutations.(5) Finally, suppose that we hypothesize that there are races, and that the correct racial classification has a certain form.(6) On that basis, I suppose I should have ended up a cookery writer, but no matter.(7) suppose he had been murdered├ö├ç├Âwhat then?(8) I suppose she assumed I would bust into tears again at any moment.(9) As a last example, suppose a development authority plans to build a barrage across an estuary to increase property values and generate opportunities for marina developments.(10) You could make arguments on this basis, I suppose , on either side.(11) Suppose that adoption has never previously been practised in our society, and suppose that someone proposes introducing it.(12) I suppose I got there about half past eleven(13) who do you suppose will win?(14) If I were a real die-hard, there'd be no hesitation, I suppose ; I don't love any popular icon that much.(15) I suppose at some point we need to start thinking about decorating the nursery.(16) I only suppose there's going to be several stitches because it was such a deep cut.