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1. Slimming snacks that offer miraculous weight loss are a con.


2. Leningrad was the third alien city to offer him a surrogate home.


3. Contemporary African cinema has much to offer in its vitality and freshness.


4. I still think I have a bit more to offer.


5. You may feel unworthy of the attention and help people offer you.


1. VERB 提供;给予 If you offer something to someone, you ask them if they would like to have it or use it. 
  • He has offered seats at the conference table to the Russian leader and the president of Kazakhstan...


  • The number of companies offering them work increased...


  • Rhys offered him an apple...


2. VERB (主动)表示愿意(做某事);提议 If you offer to do something, you say that you are willing to do it. 
  • Peter offered to teach them water-skiing...


  • 'Can I get you a drink,' she offered.


3. N-COUNT 提供(物);给予(物);提议 An offer is something that someone says they will give you or do for you. 
  • The offer of talks with Moscow marks a significant change from the previous western position...


  • 'I ought to reconsider her offer to move in,' he mused...


  • He had refused several excellent job offers.


4. VERB 提供(信息、建议等);作出(表扬) If you offer someone information, advice, or praise, you give it to them, usually because you feel that they need it or deserve it. 
  • They manage a company offering advice on mergers and acquisitions...


  • She offered him emotional and practical support in countless ways...


  • They are offered very little counselling or support.


5. VERB 给予,表示(爱、友谊等) If you offer someone something such as love or friendship, you show them that you feel that way towards them. 
  • The President has offered his sympathy to the Georgian people...


  • It must be better to be able to offer them love and security...


  • John's mother and sister rallied round offering comfort.


6. VERB (向上帝或神)奉献(祈祷、赞美),祭献(牺牲) If people offer prayers, praise, or a sacrifice to God or a god, they speak to or give something to their god. 
  • Church leaders offered prayers and condemned the bloodshed...


  • He will offer the first harvest of rice to the sun goddess.


  • Offer up means the same as offer .offer up 同 offer
    • He should consider offering up a prayer to St Lambert.


7. VERB (机构等)提供,给予(服务、产品等) If an organization offers something such as a service or product, it provides it. 
  • We have been successful because we are offering a quality service...


  • Sainsbury's is offering customers 1p for each shopping bag reused...


  • Eagle Star offers a 10% discount to the over-55s.


8. N-COUNT (商品的)特价,特惠 An offer in a shop is a specially low price for a specific product or something extra that you get if you buy a certain product. 
  • This month's offers include a shirt, trousers and bed covers...


  • Today's special offer gives you a choice of three destinations...


  • Over 40 new books are on offer at 25 per cent off their normal retail price.


9. VERB (买方)出(价),开(价) If you offer a particular amount of money for something, you say that you will pay that much to buy it. 
  • Whitney has offered $21.50 a share in cash for 49.5 million Prime shares...

    惠特尼公司开出每股21.50美元的现金价收购4,950 万股普赖姆公司的股票。

  • They are offering farmers $2.15 a bushel for corn...


  • He will write Rachel a note and offer her a fair price for the land...


10. N-COUNT (买方的)报价,开价;赔偿金 An offer is the amount of money that someone says they will pay to buy something or give to someone because they have harmed them in some way. 
  • The lawyers say no one else will make me an offer...


  • He has dismissed an offer of compensation.


11. PHRASE 具有某种品质(或能力) If you have something to offer, you have a quality or ability that makes you important, attractive, or useful. 
  • In your free time, explore all that this incredible city has to offer.


12. PHRASE 提供的;供使用的;待售的 If there is something on offer, it is available to be used or bought. 
  • Savings schemes are the best retail investment products on offer.


  • cottages on offer at bargain prices.


13. PHRASE 愿意考虑买方出价;愿意接受合理报价 If you are open to offers, you are willing to do something if someone will pay you an amount of money that you think is reasonable. 
  • It seems that while the Kiwis are keen to have him, he is still open to offers.


offer up 

1. 主动提供; 主动提出; 出价

  • The museum offers extensive facilities for study.
  • 这个博物馆提供了许多供研究的设备。
  • She offered to help me to learn English.
  • 她提出要帮我学英语。
  • He offered me some tickets.
  • 他给了我几张票。
  • He offered himself as a candidate.
  • 他自告奋勇要当候选人。

2. 奉献;祭献(给上帝)

3. 给予;拿出,出示

  • He offered me a glass of wine.
  • 他给了我一杯葡萄酒。

4. 提出;提议,申述

5. 表示愿意(做某事),自愿

6. 向…求婚

7. 做出;施加

8. 试图(做某事);威胁

9. 演出,上演

10. 出(价),开(价);备有…出售

vt. & vi.

1. 表示愿意等

  • I don't need any help, but it was kind of you to offer.
  • 我不需要任何帮助, 但是你愿意提供帮助, 我很感激。
  • They offered to go where there were difficulties.
  • 他们表示愿意到艰苦的地方去。

1. 出现, 显现

  • She travels whenever the opportunity offers.
  • 她一有机会就去旅行。

2. 提议

3. 求婚

4. 献祭


1. 提议, 提供

  • If he makes you a good offer, don't refuse it.
  • 如果他向你提出一个好建议, 你不要拒绝。

2. 供应; 报价

  • I am open to an offer.
  • 我愿考虑买主的出价。
  • Your offer is a bit too high.
  • 你出的价太高了。

3. (通常为短期的)减价;削价;处理价;特价

4. 求婚

5. 提供物,供给品

6. 试图;努力

7. 意向,意图的表示

8. 【法律】(契约的)申请


1. the verbal act of offering;

  • "a generous offer of assistance"

2. something offered (as a proposal or bid);

  • "noteworthy new offerings for investors included several index funds"

3. a usually brief attempt;

  • "he took a crack at it"
  • "I gave it a whirl"

1. make available or accessible, provide or furnish;

  • "The conference center offers a health spa"
  • "The hotel offers private meeting rooms"

2. present for acceptance or rejection;

  • "She offered us all a cold drink"

3. agree freely;

  • "She volunteered to drive the old lady home"
  • "I offered to help with the dishes but the hostess would not hear of it"

4. put forward for consideration;

  • "He offered his opinion"

5. offer verbally;

  • "extend my greetings"
  • "He offered his sympathy"

6. make available for sale;

  • "The stores are offering specials on sweaters this week"

7. propose a payment;

  • "The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting"

8. produce or introduce on the stage;

  • "The Shakespeare Company is offering `King Lear' this month"

9. present as an act of worship;

  • "offer prayers to the gods"

10. mount or put up;

  • "put up a good fight"
  • "offer resistance"

11. make available; provide;

  • "extend a loan"
  • "The bank offers a good deal on new mortgages"

12. ask (someone) to marry you;

  • "he popped the question on Sunday night"
  • "she proposed marriage to the man she had known for only two months"
  • "The old bachelor finally declared himself to the young woman"

13. threaten to do something;

  • "I offered to leave the committee if they did not accept my proposal"
法律| 金融
  • 1.发价
  • 2.发盘
  • 3.报盘
  • 4.要约


offer(报盘),也叫报价,是卖方主动向买方提供商品信息,或者是对询盘(inquire)的答复,是卖方根据买方的来信,向买方报盘,其内容可包括商品名称、规格、数量、包装条件、价格、付款方式和交货期限等。报盘有两种:虚盘(non-firm offers)和实盘(firm offers)。 虚盘(non-firm offers), 即无约束力的报盘。一般情况下,多数报盘均为虚盘,虚盘不规定报盘的有效日期,并且附有保留条件,如:The offer is subject to our

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