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coun·ter·of·fer

 (koun′tər-ô′fər, -ŏf′ər)
n.
An offer made in return by one who rejects an unsatisfactory offer.

counteroffer

(ˈkaʊntərˌɒfə)
n
(Commerce) a response to a bid in which a seller amends his original offer, making it more favourable to the buyer

coun•ter•of•fer

(ˈkaʊn tərˌɔ fər, -ˌɒf ər)

n.
an offer or proposal made to offset or substitute for an earlier offer made by another.
[1780–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.counteroffer - an offer made by someone who has rejected a prior offer
offering, offer - something offered (as a proposal or bid); "noteworthy new offerings for investors included several index funds"
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