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offer

Synonyms of offer in English:

verb

  • 1 the manager is always at hand to offer advice and information
    [Antonyms] withdraw, refuse, withhold
  • 2 a local man offered to help
    volunteer, volunteer one's services, be at someone's disposal, be at someone's service, make oneself available, present oneself, step/come forward, show willing
  • 3 the product is offered at a very competitive price
    put up for sale, put on the market, sell, market, make available, put under the hammer, ask for bids for;
    Law vend
  • 4 he offered $200
    bid, tender, put in a bid of, put in an offer of
  • 5 a job offering good career prospects
    provide, afford, supply, give, furnish, present, give an opportunity for, purvey, make available, hold out
  • 6 she offered no resistance when he kissed her firmly on the lips
    attempt, try, give, show, express
    formal essay
  • 7 the birds were occasionally offered to the gods
    sacrifice, offer up, immolate, give
  • 8 he distinguished himself whenever an occasion offered
    occur, present itself, arrive, appear, happen, show itself
  • noun

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  • 1 sympathetic offers of help a job offer
  • 2 the government rejected the highest offer
    bid, tender, bidding price
  • Phrases

    on offer

    1
    on sale, up for sale, on the market, purchasable, available, obtainable, to be had;
    North American on the block

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