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Meaning of “offer” - Learner’s Dictionary

offer

noun [C]     /ˈɒfər/
ASK
A2 a question in which you ask someone if they would like something: an offer of help a job offer to accept/refuse an offer Giving, providing and supplying
PAYMENT
an amount of money that you say you will pay for something: The highest offer anyone has made so far is a thousand euros.Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting property
CHEAP
B1 a cheap price or special arrangement for something you are buying: This special offer ends on Friday.Mortgages and real estateRenting, hiring and hire purchase in general Renting property
on offer
at a cheaper price than usual: Are these jeans still on offer?Value and price decreases
B2 available to do or have: We were amazed at the range of products on offer.Available and accessiblePresent
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