counterproposal

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counterproposal

[koun-ter-pruh-poh-zuhl]
noun
a proposal offered to offset or substitute for a preceding one.

Origin:
1880–85; counter- + proposal

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counterproposal (ˈkaʊntəprəˌpəʊzəl)
 
n
a proposal offered as an alternative to a previous proposal

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Example sentences
Bohm's aim was not to make a serious counterproposal but simply to demonstrate
  that hidden-variable theories are indeed possible.
His counterproposal is financial aid to those displaced by machinery and
  amnesty for the rioters.
His counterproposal: the construction of a shrimp ramp.
The pilots responded with a counterproposal, and the company was drafting a
  response when this report was written.
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