Offer ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Offer ( verb )

  1. To present (something) for (someone's) acceptance or rejection.
  2. To make available or accessible; provide.
  3. To propose or suggest (an idea, plan, etc.) for consideration.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french offrir, from latin offerre, from ob- "in front of" + ferre "bring".

Examples:

  1. I offered him a cup of tea.
  2. The company is offering a new product line.
  3. He offered to help me move.
  4. She offered her apologies.
  5. They offered a solution to the problem.

(As a noun)

Offer ( noun )

  1. To present (something) for (someone's) acceptance or rejection.
  2. To make available or accessible; provide.
  3. To propose or suggest (an idea, plan, etc.) for consideration.

Origin:

Middle english: from old french offrir, from latin offerre, from ob- "in front of" + ferre "bring".

Examples:

  1. I offered him a cup of tea.
  2. The company is offering a new product line.
  3. He offered to help me move.
  4. She offered her apologies.
  5. They offered a solution to the problem.
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