Use expressions with be, need or say to make proposals that you feel very strongly or confident about.
Mutual trust is a key element.
I say we require that departments communicate more frequently.
Use expressions like these to make proposals more tentatively:
What if we carry out an analysis?
I'd like to analyze the internal and external threats first.
You can use expressions with propose and suggest to offer proposals.
What I'm proposing is that we incorporate employee feedback.
• incorporate /ɪnˈkɔːrpəreɪt/
1-to include something so that it forms a part of something
: (일부로) 포함하다
The new car design incorporates all the latest safety features.
*incorporate something in/into/within something
We have incorporated all the latest safety features into the design.
우리는 그 디자인에 최신 안전 요소들을 모두 포함시켰다.
Many of your suggestions have been incorporated in the plan.
당신의 제안 중 많은 것들이 그 계획에 포함되었다.
Results are incorporated within personalized medical records.
The computer components are incorporated seamlessly.
The data is now incorporated in the total figures.
The territory was formally incorporated into the Russian Empire in 1876.
These conditions must be expressly incorporated into the contract of employment.
These new features can easily be incorporated.
그 새 자동차 디자인은 최신 안전 요소들을 모두 포함하고 있다.
We can incorporate this information into our report.
2-[often passive] (business) to create a legally recognized company
: 상업 [흔히 수동태로] (법인체를) 설립[창립]하다
The company was incorporated in 2008.
그 기업은 2002년에 설립되었다.
[Oxford Collocations Dictionary for students of English]
함께 사용되는 단어
[동사]로 incorporate이(가) 사용될 때
fully | explicitly, expressly(BrE) | formally | gradually, quickly | eventually, finally | easily, readily | seamlessly | effectively | typically(esp. AmE) | successfully | directly | forcibly
The life cycle typically incorporates the following stages '
the countries which Stalin forcibly incorporated into the Soviet empire
as | in | into | within
In 1940, the area was incorporated as part of the city of London.