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tender

noun [C] (OFFER) 提供     /ˈten.dər/ US  /-dɚ/
a written or formal offer to supply goods or do a job for an agreed price 投标(书) The council has invited tenders for the building contract. 市政会已经为建筑工程招标了。 Business and commerce - general words
specialized a written offer to buy or sell shares in a company (期货交易中的)交割意向通知书 Financial investments and the stock marketBuying and selling in general
put sth out to tender UK
If you put work out to tender, you ask people to make offers to do it 对…招标 Education departments in all the prisons are being put out to tender. 现在正在对所有监狱的教管部门进行招标。 Making appeals and requestsGiving, providing and supplying
(Definition of tender noun (OFFER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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