suqmoq, tiqmoq, solmoq, tiqib qo'ymoq
Verb(1) to force onto another(2) insert surreptitiously or without warrant
(1) don't let anyone foist inferior goods on you(2) he attempted to foist a new delegate into the conference(3) He's patient and doesn't foist his presence on anyone, but rather waits for them to acknowledge him as a companion.(4) Take That, the group responsible for foisting him into the public consciousness, have announced an 11-date comeback tour next year.(5) But protesters say planners are foisting essential services on to the proposed development so eventually it will have to go ahead.(6) Speaker after speaker slammed the council over the way it was perceived that they foisted the traveller family into the community.(7) It foisted an unnecessary holiday on all Government schools, certainly an outrageous concession that nobody deserves and demands.(8) The constitution allows for a democratic procedure, rather than foisting a candidate on an association from the central party.(9) He accuses Mr Behnam of foisting his opinion on others.
(1) foist :: solmoq
1. impose on ::
2. force on ::
3. thrust on ::
4. offload on ::
5. unload on ::
6. dump on ::
7. palm off on ::
8. pass off on ::
9. saddle someone with ::
bilan birovni egar
10. land someone with ::
bilan yer kimdir
Different Formsfoist, foisted, foisting, foists
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