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offer

verb  /ˈɔ·fər, ˈɑf·ər/ us  

offer verb (AGREE TO GIVE)

[I/T] to ask someone if he or she would like to have something or would like you to do something: [T] She was offered a new job. [T] Can I offer you (= Would you like) something to drink? [I] My father offered to take us to the airport.

offer verb (PROVIDE)

[T] to provide or supply something: The organization offers free legal advice to low-income people. He offered excuses but no real explanation.
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