What is offer?

  • (noun): The verbal act of offering.
    Example: "A generous offer of assistance"
    Synonyms: offering
    See also — Additional definitions below

More definitions of "offer":

  • (verb): Offer verbally.
    Synonyms: extend
  • (verb): Make available or accessible, provide or furnish.
    Example: "The conference center offers a health spa"; "The hotel offers private meeting rooms"
  • (verb): Threaten to do something.
    Example: "I offered to leave the committee if they did not accept my proposal"
  • (verb): Produce or introduce on the stage.
    Example: "The Shakespeare Company is offering 'King Lear' this month"
  • (verb): Make available for sale.
    Example: "The stores are offering specials on sweaters this week"
  • (verb): Mount or put up.
    Example: "Offer resistance"
    Synonyms: put up, provide
  • (verb): Propose a payment.
    Synonyms: bid, tender
  • (verb): Put forward for consideration.
    Example: "He offered his opinion"
  • (verb): Present for acceptance or rejection.
    Synonyms: proffer
  • (noun): Something offered (as a proposal or bid).
    Synonyms: offering
  • (verb): Make available; provide.
    Synonyms: extend
  • (verb): Present as an act of worship.
    Example: "Offer prayers to the gods"
    Synonyms: offer up

Famous quotes containing the word offer:

    Some minds are as little logical or argumentative as nature; they can offer no reason or “guess,” but they exhibit the solemn and incontrovertible fact. If a historical question arises, they cause the tombs to be opened. Their silent and practical logic convinces the reason and the understanding at the same time. Of such sort is always the only pertinent question and the only satisfactory reply.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    No one can be as calculatedly rude as the British, which amazes Americans, who do not understand studied insult and can only offer abuse as a substitute.
    Paul Gallico (1897–1976)

    We are rarely able to interact only with folks like ourselves, who think as we do. No matter how much some of us deny this reality and long for the safety and familiarity of sameness, inclusive ways of knowing and living offer us the only true way to emancipate ourselves from the divisions that limit our minds and imaginations.
    bell hooks (b. 1955)