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counteroffer

Syllabification: coun·ter·of·fer
Pronunciation: /ˈkoun(t)ərˌôfər
 
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Definition of counteroffer in English:

noun

An offer made in response to another.
Example sentences
  • Perhaps it's a symptom of this election's confusion - the offers and counter-offers - that the number of undecided voters is huge.
  • Prospective buyers and sellers also base their offers and counter-offers at least in part by comparison with other market transactions.
  • He tinkered with offers and counter-offers, and not just with the Red Sox and the Yankees.

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