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    Default "a suggest from ..."

    I came across the expression "a suggest from..." on the net.

    I would say "a suggestion from"... Is "suggest" correct/acceptable?

    thanks.

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    Default Re: "a suggest from ..."

    Sounds like a 'cool' colloquialism, similar to a humourous one, smacking of double entendre coined in a Gimme Gimme Gimme TV episode, when one character said, "That's ridic!", being short for 'ridiculous'.

    When you're with your peers in an informal situation, as long as they understand you, anything goes!

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