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tender1 US English

Showing gentleness and concern or sympathy

tender2 US English

Offer or present (something) formally

tender3 US English

A person who looks after someone else or a machine or place

tender1 US Thesaurus

a gentle, tender man

tender2 US Thesaurus

she tendered her resignation

tender of in tender1 US English

Solicitous of; concerned for

tender-eyed US English

Having gentle eyes

legal tender US English

Coins or banknotes that must be accepted if offered in payment of a debt

tender-minded US English

Easily affected emotionally by other people’s distress or by criticism

tender mercies US English

Used ironically to imply that someone cannot be trusted to look after or treat someone else kindly or well

put something out to tender US English

Seek offers to carry out work or supply goods at a stated fixed price

tender mercies in tender1 US English

Used ironically to imply that someone cannot be trusted to look after or treat someone else kindly or well

tenderhearted US English

Having a kind, gentle, or sentimental nature

put something out to tender in tender2 US English

Seek offers to carry out work or supply goods at a stated fixed price