Definición de proffer en inglés:

proffer

Saltos de línea: prof|fer
Pronunciación: /ˈprɒfə
 
/

verbo

[with object]
Hold out or put forward (something) to someone for acceptance: she proffered a glass of wine he proffered his resignation
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Theories were suggested, opinions were proffered, heads of channels pontificated.
  • Scots have always been known for the genuine warmth of their welcome, proffering a dram or cup of tea with the extended hand of friendship.
  • They too will have to work with accepting the new notes and with proffering the correct change.
Sinónimos

sustantivo

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An offer or proposal.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • And then, as I found out only the same day, on March 23 of 1983, he, in a five-minute segment at the end of his broadcast, he announced the proposal as a proffer to the Soviet government.
  • Once the defendant spills the beans at the proffer, his lawyers and the government lawyers work out a deal - how much will the government give up for his information or testimony?
  • Said here, here is the deal, here is a written proffer.

Origen

Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French proffrir, from Latin pro- 'before' + offerre 'to offer'.

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