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offer

verb (AGREE TO GIVE)
答应给予
 
 
/ˈɒf.ər/ US  /ˈɑː.fɚ/
[I or T] to ask someone if they would like to have something or if they would like you to do something
主动给予;主动提出;提议
[+ two objects] I feel bad that I didn't offer them any food/offer any food to them.
没有给他们提供任何食物,我觉得很过意不去。
She was offered a job in Paris.
她在巴黎得到了一份工作。
Can I offer you (= Would you like) a drink?
你要一杯饮料吗?
"Would you sell me that painting?" "What are you offering (= What will you pay) for it?"
“你能把那幅画卖给我吗?”“你出价多少?”
[+ to infinitive] My father's offered to take us to the airport.
我父亲提出送我们去机场。
[+ speech] "I'll do the cooking, " he offered.
“我来做饭,”他主动提议。
"I could help." "No, it's all right, thanks." "Well, don't say I didn't offer."
“我可以帮忙。”“不,不用了,谢谢。”“好吧,别说我没主动帮忙。”
Giving, providing and supplying
[T] ( also offer up) to say a prayer or make a sacrifice (= an act of killing or giving up something) to a god
(向神)祈祷,祭献
Dear Lord, we offer up our prayers...
亲爱的主,我们向您祈祷…
Religious ceremonies and prayers
(Definition of offer verb (AGREE TO GIVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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