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plantear in English:

1. pose pose


It’s better to pose standing up than sitting down.
The photographer wanted Carla to pose for a photograph.
When you pose a question, you expect an answer.
It must have been something really big for him to strike a triumphant pose like that.
to pose a problem/risk/question
In Ankara, I made clear that America is not – and never will be – at war with Islam. We will, however, relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security.
If you're serious about solving the problem, then you cannot pose it as a Catch-22.
They look up at Big Ben; and then they pose to have their photo taken.
My twin brother was posing to be me. She always poses to be someone else.
Can we go back to the question that Helena posed earlier?
He adopted/assumed/struck (= moved into) an elegant pose.
pose danger
They will pose numerous technological challenges for the next 10 years
Whatever we decide with regard to Kosovo will pose problems in that region.
The most successful scientists are those who pose the right questions.