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Offer synonyms
ô'fər, ŏf'ər
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That which is proposed, or propounded for consideration or acceptance; a scheme or design; terms or conditions proposed; offer; as, to make proposals for a treaty of peace; to offer proposals for erecting a building; to make proposals of marriage.
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  1. That which is proposed, or propounded for consideration or acceptance; a scheme or design; terms or conditions proposed; offer; as, to make proposals for a treaty of peace; to offer proposals for erecting a building; to make proposals of marriage.
  2. A plan, action, etc. proposed
  3. (Law) The offer by a party of what he has in view as to an intended business transaction, which, with acceptance, constitutes a contract.
Anything known by sense perception rather than by description; percept
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  1. Anything known by sense perception rather than by description; percept
  2. The way in which a food is served; esp., the often artistic arrangement of food on a plate to make it especially appealing
  3. (Philos., Psychol.) Anything present in the consciousness at a single moment as an actual sensation or a mental image
(Logic) An informative statement whose truth or falsity can be evaluated by means of logic
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  1. (Logic) An informative statement whose truth or falsity can be evaluated by means of logic
  2. A matter to be dealt with; a task:
  3. A plan suggested for acceptance; a proposal.
To offer for acceptance; tender:
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  1. To offer for acceptance; tender:
  2. To offer (usually something intangible)
  3. A preliminary offering, specifically with regard to testimony or evidence, a preview of what will be said or shown. Also known as an offer of proof. A preliminary offering, specifically with regard to testimony or evidence, a preview of what will be said or shown. Also known as an offer of proof.
(Archaic) To treat with tenderness
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  1. (Archaic) To treat with tenderness
  2. To submit as a tender
  3. (Formal) To offer, to give.
To impose, offer, or tender (an oath, for example).
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  1. To impose, offer, or tender (an oath, for example).
  2. To give or apply in a formal way:
  3. To give or apply (medicine, etc.)
To present as a gift to a fund or cause; contribute.
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  1. To present as a gift to a fund or cause; contribute.
  2. (Chemistry) To provide (an electron or atom, for example) for combination with an acceptor.
  3. To give, esp. to some philanthropic or religious cause; contribute
To give or supply; to make or create (implies trying or striving)
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  1. To give or supply; to make or create (implies trying or striving)
To aid the growth or progress of:
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  1. To aid the growth or progress of:
  2. To serve as an advance person for (a trip to be made by a politician or a dignitary):
  3. To cause to move forward:
To be or become long, large, or comprehensive:
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  1. To be or become long, large, or comprehensive:
  2. To present; offer:
  3. To cause to move at full gallop. Used of a horse.
To present or refer to others for decision, consideration, etc.
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  1. To present or refer to others for decision, consideration, etc.
  2. To yield to the action, control, power, etc. of another or others; also, to subject or allow to be subjected to treatment, analysis, etc. of some sort
  3. To allow oneself to be subjected (to treatment, analysis, etc.)
(Idiomatic, usually with on) To withhold something.
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  1. (Idiomatic, usually with on) To withhold something.
  2. (Idiomatic, often with for) To wait, or refuse in hopes of getting something better (from a negotiation, etc.)
  3. Used other than as an idiom: see hold,"Ž out.
To transfer rights in real or personal property; in litigation, accession by the court to a party’s request made by motion or pleading.
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  1. To transfer rights in real or personal property; in litigation, accession by the court to a party’s request made by motion or pleading.
  2. To allow or consent to the fulfillment of (something requested):
  3. To give or confer officially or formally:
To permit to have:
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  1. To permit to have:
  2. To assert; declare:
  3. To let do or happen; permit:
To grant an amount or other benefit legally due:
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  1. To grant an amount or other benefit legally due:
  2. To give by the decision of a law court or arbitrator
  3. The final decision of an arbitrator. The final decision of an arbitrator. The final decision of a court, jury, or administrative tribunal granting damages or other relief to a party. To formally grant such relief. See also confirmation, judgment, and order.
To choose to enter military service of one's own free will.
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  1. To choose to enter military service of one's own free will.
  2. To do charitable or helpful work without pay:
  3. To freely choose to offer or give without being asked or obliged
To grant or concede; bestow
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  1. To grant or concede; bestow
  2. (Archaic) To cause to conform or agree; bring into harmony.
  3. To give or grant, especially as being due or appropriate:
To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
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  1. To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
  2. To offer for consideration or action; propose:
  3. To serve as or provide a motive for; prompt or demand:
To allow oneself to be subjected (to treatment, analysis, etc.)
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  1. To allow oneself to be subjected (to treatment, analysis, etc.)
  2. To yield to the action, control, power, etc. of another or others; also, to subject or allow to be subjected to treatment, analysis, etc. of some sort
  3. To allow oneself to be subjected to something:
To discuss something and get advice; consult (with a person)
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  1. To discuss something and get advice; consult (with a person)
  2. To give advice
  3. To recommend; suggest:
To make an effort to do, get, have, etc.; try; endeavor
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  1. To make an effort to do, get, have, etc.; try; endeavor
  2. (Archaic) To try to seize or get control of by attacking.
  3. To try to perform, make, or achieve:
1669 May 18, Sir Isaac Newton, Letter (to Francis Aston):
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  1. 1669 May 18, Sir Isaac Newton, Letter (to Francis Aston):
  2. To attempt (fulfillment of a responsibility or an obligation, for example) by employment or expenditure of effort:
  3. (Intransitive) To attempt through application of effort (to do something); to try strenuously. [from 16th c.]
To struggle or fight forcefully; contend:
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  1. To struggle or fight forcefully; contend:
  2. To make great efforts; try very hard
  3. To exert much effort or energy; endeavor.
(Obsolete or dialect) maybe, perhaps.
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  1. (Obsolete or dialect) maybe, perhaps.
  2. To occur unexpectedly, by chance or with a low probability.
  3. To come to pass:
To come into sight
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  1. To come into sight
  2. To become visible:
  3. To give the impression of being in a certain way; seem:
To cause to move at full gallop. Used of a horse.
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  1. To cause to move at full gallop. Used of a horse.
  2. To be or become long, large, or comprehensive:
  3. To present; offer:
To hold, carry, or point (a weapon) in a particular manner as a salutation or sign of honor, usually along the center axis of the body.
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  1. To hold, carry, or point (a weapon) in a particular manner as a salutation or sign of honor, usually along the center axis of the body.
  2. To attach to (a pathologic antigen, such as a virus or bacterium) in order to allow the antigen to be recognized and destroyed by T cells. Used of certain immune cells, such as macrophages.
  3. To appear or be felt first during birth. Used of the part of the fetus that proceeds first through the birth canal.
To offer for acceptance; tender:
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  1. To offer for acceptance; tender:
  2. To offer (usually something intangible)
  3. A preliminary offering, specifically with regard to testimony or evidence, a preview of what will be said or shown. Also known as an offer of proof. A preliminary offering, specifically with regard to testimony or evidence, a preview of what will be said or shown. Also known as an offer of proof.
(Archaic) To treat with tenderness
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  1. (Archaic) To treat with tenderness
  2. To submit as a tender
  3. To present for acceptance; offer
To choose to enter military service of one's own free will.
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  1. To choose to enter military service of one's own free will.
  2. To do charitable or helpful work without pay:
  3. To freely choose to offer or give without being asked or obliged
To serve as an advance person for (a trip to be made by a politician or a dignitary):
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  1. To serve as an advance person for (a trip to be made by a politician or a dignitary):
  2. To aid the growth or progress of:
  3. To cause to move forward:
To set forth in words for consideration; propound:
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  1. To set forth in words for consideration; propound:
  2. To strike attitudes for effect; attitudinize
  3. To put (a model, photographic subject, etc.) in a certain position or attitude
To suggest drinking (a toast)
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  1. To suggest drinking (a toast)
  2. To recommend (a person) for a position, office, or membership; nominate.
  3. To put forward for consideration, discussion, or adoption; suggest:
To put forward for consideration; set forth.
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  1. To put forward for consideration; set forth.
To subject to a condition or process:
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  1. To subject to a condition or process:
  2. To present or refer to others for decision, consideration, etc.
  3. To yield to the action, control, power, etc. of another or others; also, to subject or allow to be subjected to treatment, analysis, etc. of some sort
To offer for consideration or action; propose:
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  1. To offer for consideration or action; propose:
  2. To serve as a motive for; prompt
  3. To serve as or provide a motive for; prompt or demand:
To make available or have as a necessary feature; provide:
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  1. To make available or have as a necessary feature; provide:
  2. To manage or bear without disadvantage or risk to oneself:
  3. To offer, provide, or supply, as in selling, granting, expending, with profit, or without loss or too great injury.
To make available; provide:
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  1. To make available; provide:
  2. To cause to move at full gallop. Used of a horse.
  3. To present; offer:
To furnish the means of support
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  1. To furnish the means of support
  2. To set down as a stipulation or requirement:
  3. To make available (something needed or desired); furnish:
To command, ask, or tell
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  1. To command, ask, or tell
  2. To seek to win or attain something; strive.
  3. To invite to attend; summon:
(Informal) To bet:
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  1. (Informal) To bet:
  2. (Informal) To urinate or defecate:
  3. To be discarded or abolished:
A player's turn to bid
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  1. A player's turn to bid
  2. An offer to pay a certain amount of money for something:
  3. An attempt or try
An offer or proposal
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  1. An offer or proposal
An offer of marriage
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  1. An offer of marriage
  2. A plan, action, etc. proposed
  3. (Law) The offer by a party of what he has in view as to an intended business transaction, which, with acceptance, constitutes a contract.
(Nautical) A naval ship that functions as a mobile base for other ships.
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  1. (Nautical) A naval ship that functions as a mobile base for other ships.
  2. An unconditional offer of performance in order to satisfy a debt. It may be offered to save the party making the tender from a penalty for nonpayment or lack of performance. On the other hand, if the other party should refuse the tender without a justifiable reason, that party may be placed in default.
  3. A formal offer, as a proposal of marriage, a bid stating terms of a contract, or a bid on a printed form submitted to buy securities at a certain price
An attack; an assault:
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  1. An attack; an assault:
  2. The intentional and overt taking of a substantial step toward the commission of a crime that falls short of completing the crime. The mere planning of a crime, as well as soliciting another to commit the crime, does not constitute an attempt to commit the crime. Attempt is a crime distinct from the offense that the criminal was attempting to commit. Various legal tests are used to determine when, between planning a crime and committing it, a person’s actions constitute an attempt. See also conspiracy and solicitation. The intentional and overt taking of a substantial step toward the commission of a crime that falls short of completing the crime. The mere planning of a crime, as well as soliciting another to commit the crime, does not constitute an attempt to commit the crime. Attempt is a crime distinct from the offense that the criminal was attempting to commit. Various legal tests are used to determine when, between planning a crime and committing it, a person’s actions constitute an attempt. See also conspiracy and solicitation.
  3. An effort or a try.
(Slang) Hard, pebblelike pieces of highly purified cocaine prepared for smoking: a highly potent and addictive form of cocaine
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  1. (Slang) Hard, pebblelike pieces of highly purified cocaine prepared for smoking: a highly potent and addictive form of cocaine
  2. A partial split or break; a fissure.
  3. An attempt or try:
The force needed by a machine in order to accomplish work on a load.
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  1. The force needed by a machine in order to accomplish work on a load.
  2. A difficult exertion of strength or will:
  3. A try, esp. a hard try; attempt; endeavor
An earnest attempt or effort
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  1. An earnest attempt or effort
  2. A conscientious or concerted effort toward an end; an earnest attempt.
  3. A sincere attempt; a determined or assiduous effort towards a specific goal.
A written composition of moderate length exploring a particular issue or subject.
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  1. A written composition of moderate length exploring a particular issue or subject.
  2. Something resembling such a composition:
  3. A short literary composition of an analytical, interpretive, or reflective kind, dealing with its subject in a nontechnical, limited, often unsystematic way and, usually, expressive of the author's outlook and personality
(Brit., Informal) A quantity given or taken at one time
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  1. (Brit., Informal) A quantity given or taken at one time
  2. (Informal) A try; attempt; endeavor
  3. An attempt; an effort:
A wound inflicted with or as if with a pointed weapon.
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  1. A wound inflicted with or as if with a pointed weapon.
  2. A thrust with a pointed weapon or instrument.
  3. An attempt; a try:
The act or process of trying, testing, or putting to the proof; test
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  1. The act or process of trying, testing, or putting to the proof; test
  2. A trying, troublesome, or annoying person or thing:
  3. (Law) A proceeding in which opposing parties in a dispute present evidence and make arguments on the application of the law before a judge or jury:
(Sports) In Rugby, an act of advancing the ball past the opponent's goal line and grounding it there for a score of three points.
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  1. (Sports) In Rugby, an act of advancing the ball past the opponent's goal line and grounding it there for a score of three points.
  2. (Rugby) A scoring play in which the ball is grounded on or behind the opponent's goal line
  3. The act or an instance of trying; attempt; effort; trial
A stroke in a game, as in golf or billiards:
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  1. A stroke in a game, as in golf or billiards:
  2. One who shoots in a particular way:
  3. Any attempt or try
Something that has been taken
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  1. Something that has been taken
  2. A quantity collected at one time, especially the amount of profit or receipts taken on a business venture or from ticket sales at a sporting event.
  3. An attempt or a try:
A substance to be thus tested or analyzed
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  1. A substance to be thus tested or analyzed
  2. The result of such an analysis.
  3. A quantitative determination of the amount of a given substance in a particular sample. Assays are regularly used to determine the purity of precious metals. They can be performed by wet methods or dry methods. In the wet method, the sample is dissolved in a reagent, like an acid, until the purified metal is separated out. In the dry method, the sample is mixed with a flux (a substance such as borax or silica that helps lower the melting temperature) and then the sample is heated to the point where impurities in the metal fuse with the flux, leaving the purified metal as a residue.
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