What is offer?

  • (verb): Agree freely.
    Synonyms: volunteer
    See also — Additional definitions below

More definitions of "offer":

  • (verb): Make available for sale.
    Example: "The stores are offering specials on sweaters this week"
  • (verb): Make available; provide.
    Synonyms: extend
  • (verb): Present for acceptance or rejection.
    Synonyms: proffer
  • (verb): Present as an act of worship.
    Example: "Offer prayers to the gods"
    Synonyms: offer up
  • (noun): Something offered (as a proposal or bid).
    Synonyms: offering
  • (verb): Make available or accessible, provide or furnish.
    Example: "The conference center offers a health spa"; "The hotel offers private meeting rooms"
  • (noun): The verbal act of offering.
    Example: "A generous offer of assistance"
    Synonyms: offering
  • (verb): Put forward for consideration.
    Example: "He offered his opinion"
  • (verb): Mount or put up.
    Example: "Offer resistance"
    Synonyms: put up, provide
  • (verb): Threaten to do something.
    Example: "I offered to leave the committee if they did not accept my proposal"
  • (verb): Propose a payment.
    Synonyms: bid, tender
  • (verb): Produce or introduce on the stage.
    Example: "The Shakespeare Company is offering 'King Lear' this month"
  • (verb): Offer verbally.
    Synonyms: extend

Famous quotes containing the word offer:

    A book is a version of the world. If you do not like it, ignore it; or offer your own version in return.
    Salman Rushdie (b. 1947)

    Of all the nations in the world, the United States was built in nobody’s image. It was the land of the unexpected, of unbounded hope, of ideals, of quest for an unknown perfection. It is all the more unfitting that we should offer ourselves in images. And all the more fitting that the images which we make wittingly or unwittingly to sell America to the world should come back to haunt and curse us.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)

    An efficient and valuable man does what he can, whether the community pay him for it or not. The inefficient offer their inefficiency to the highest bidder, and are forever expecting to be put into office. One would suppose that they were rarely disappointed.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)