英 [sə'dʒest] 美 [sə'dʒɛst]
记忆方法：1、sug- "up" + gest- "bring, carry".
2、含义：suggest, supply, bring up.
3、最初的字面含义为：heap up, build. 后来演化、引申为：bring forward or bring up an idea, proposal.
4、but original English notion of "evil prompting" is preserved in suggestive (1630s, though the indecent aspect did not emerge until 1888).
suggest:  To suggest something is etymologically to ‘carry it under’. It comes from the past participle of Latin suggerere, a compound verb formed from the suffix sub- and gerere ‘carry’ (source also of English digest, gesture, etc). Its meaning evolved via ‘heap up, build’ and ‘furnish a supply’ to ‘bring forward an idea’.
=> congest, digest, gesture
1520s, "place before another's mind; put forward a proposition," from Latin suggestus, past participle of suggerere "bring up, bring under, lay beneath; furnish, afford, supply; prompt" (see suggestion). Meaning "to act so as to call up the idea of (something else)" is from 1709. Related: Suggested; suggesting.
1. I suggest we gather enough firewood to last the night.
2. These incidents suggest the peace in Northern Ireland is still brittle.
3. The signs suggest that the elections will be non-violent and fair.
4. Surely nobody would suggest turning him out of the house.
5. Could you suggest someone to advise me how to do this?
suggest to vt.向...提建议,向...建议
suggest itself to v.浮现在脑海里
Always Suggest 总是建议
suggest itself to sb 浮现在某人脑海里,被某人想起