spokenused to say that what you have said is not exactly what you intended to say:
I'm not suggesting for one moment that these changes will be easy.
6to remind someone of something or help them to imagine it:
The stage was bare, with only the lighting to suggest a prison.
GRAMMAR GRAMMAR !! Do not say 'suggest (someone) to do something'. You can use the following structures:suggest that somebody do something• He suggested that we go (NOT suggested us to go) for a drink.You can miss out 'that'• What do you suggest we do (NOT suggest us to do)?suggest doing something• I suggest wearing (NOT suggest to wear) something warm.suggest something• She suggested a walk before dinner.
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.