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To offer something and offers

offer

verb

to let someone know that you will give them something if they want it

present

verb

to offer something for people to consider or judge

proffer

verb

to offer someone something by moving it towards them

offer

noun

a statement in which you offer to give someone something if they want it

quid pro quo

noun

something that you offer or give to someone in return for something that they have offered or given you

proffer

verb

to offer someone something such as an explanation or apology

an offer someone can’t refuse

a very good offer

cast pearls before swine

to offer something good or helpful to someone who does not value it

offer

noun

a statement in which you offer to do something

counteroffer

noun

an offer made as an answer to another offer that you do not want to accept, for example an offer by the seller of a higher price than was offered by the buyer, but lower than the first price that was asked

kabaddi

a game in which two teams of seven players take turns to chase and try to touch players on the opposing team

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a response to a scathing comment or unpleasant situation

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