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VERB 假定;假设;设想 You can use suppose or supposing before mentioning a possible situation or action. You usually then go on to consider the effects that this situation or action might have.
Suppose someone gave you an egg and asked you to describe exactly what was inside...
Supposing he's right and I do die tomorrow? Maybe I should take out an extra insurance policy.
VERB (根据所知)认为，推断，料想 If you suppose that something is true, you believe that it is probably true, because of other things that you know.
The policy is perfectly clear and I see no reason to suppose that it isn't working...
I knew very well that the problem was more complex than he supposed...
PHRASE 我看;要我说;我想 You can say 'I suppose' when you want to express slight uncertainty.
I get a bit uptight these days. Hormones, I suppose...
I suppose I'd better do some homework...
PHRASE (表示不耐烦或有些生气)我想，我看 You can say 'I suppose' or 'I don't suppose' before describing someone's probable thoughts or attitude, when you are impatient or slightly angry with them.
I suppose you think you're funny...
I don't suppose it occurred to you to notify the police.
PHRASE (用于婉转地提出请求) You can say 'I don't suppose' as a way of introducing a polite request.
I don't suppose you could tell me where James Street is could you?
PHRASE (用于询问意见)你认为，你觉得 You can use 'do you suppose' to introduce a question when you want someone to give their opinion about something, although you know that they are unlikely to have any more knowledge or information about it than you.
Do you suppose he was telling the truth?...
What do you suppose they want with her?...
PHRASE (用于礼貌地建议或请求) You can use 'do you suppose' as a polite way of suggesting or requesting that someone does something.
Do you suppose we could get together for a little chat sometime soon?