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Definition of "offered" []

  • To present or proffer (something, someone, oneself, etc) for acceptance or rejection (verb)
  • To present as part of a requirement (verb)
  • To provide or make accessible (verb)
  • To present itself (verb)
  • To show or express willingness or the intention (to do something) (verb)
  • To put forward (a proposal, opinion, etc) for consideration (verb)
  • To present for sale (verb)
  • To propose as payment; bid or tender (verb)
  • To present (a prayer, sacrifice, etc) as or during an act of worship (verb)
  • To show readiness for (verb)
  • To make a proposal of marriage (verb)
  • To bring (a mechanical piece) near to or in contact with another, and often to proceed to fit the pieces together (verb)
  • Something, such as a proposal or bid, that is offered (noun)
  • The act of offering or the condition of being offered (noun)
  • A proposal made by one person that will create a binding contract if accepted unconditionally by the person to whom it is made (noun)
  • A proposal of marriage (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of offer. (verb)

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Use "offered" in a sentence
  • "Once in Miami, he decided that the “clunky”—his word offered in defense—sedan was not suitable for such a well-deserved vacation."
  • "The term offered in the Summer Quarter, 1927, corresponds to the 1st term's work, and covers one-third of the entire work of the course."
  • "Trinity and Klamath, by the act concerning the courts and judicial officers of the State, at the end of his term offered himself for re-election as Judge of that district."
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