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› [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.
› PROPERTY an occasion when someone says they would like to buy a property at a particular price: We were ready to complete the deal when the seller got another, higher offer.make/put in an offer on sth They made an offer on a house downtown. Several people have viewed the property, but no-one has put in an offer.
on (special) offer especially UK › COMMERCE if goods in a store are on offer, they are being sold at a lower price than usual: Everything in the store is on offer for this week only.
under offer UK › PROPERTY if a house is under offer, someone has already stated that they would like to buy it at a particular price: The estate agent told me the property was already under offer, and that my viewing had been cancelled.