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- I assume / suppose that your figures are accurate.
"Assume" means to take or claim something.
- As group leader you will assume the responsibility for setting up the work schedule.
"Assume" means to begin to have a quality or appearance.
- The controversy over the 35 hour work week is beginning to assume massive repercussions.
"Suppose" means to consider something to be probable and is usually used in the first person singular.
- I suppose that you have seen the latest sales figures.
"Suppose" becomes a false friend when we try to express "Se supone que llegó a tiempo."
“It is supposed that” is not correct.
In this case we should say:
- We haven’t heard from him.
- We assume that he arrived on time to catch the plane.
- He is supposed to have arrived on time.
Other words to express this idea are: believe, think, expect, imagine
To express the Spanish:
“Esa cantidad supone mucho para nosotros.”
You should say:
- That amount means a lot to us.
Other words you can use are: involve, imply, entail.