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Spanish translation of “offer”

offer

verb /ˈofə/ (past tense, past participle offered)
to put forward (a gift, suggestion etc) for acceptance or refusal
ofrecer
She offered the man a cup of tea He offered her $20 for the picture.
to say that one is willing
ofrecerse
He offered to help.
offering noun a gift
regalo
a birthday offering.
money given during a religious service
ofrenda
a church offering.
on offer for sale, often cheaply
de oferta
That shop has chairs on offer at $20 each.
(Definition of offer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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