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 (ô′fər, ŏf′ər)
v. of·fered, of·fer·ing, of·fers
a. To present for acceptance or rejection; proffer: offered me a drink.
b. To put forward for consideration; propose: offer an opinion.
c. To present in order to meet a need or satisfy a requirement: offered new statistics in order to facilitate the decision-making process.
d. To present as an act of worship: offer a prayer.
e. To propose as payment; bid: offered only half what I was asking for the car.
a. To make available; afford: The situation offers us the opportunity to learn more.
b. To present for sale: Those boots are being offered at half price.
c. To provide; furnish: a hotel that offers conference facilities.
3. To exhibit readiness or desire (to do something); volunteer: offered to carry the packages.
4. To engage in; put up: partisans who offered strong resistance to the invaders.
5. To threaten: offered to leave without them if they didn't hurry.
6. To produce or introduce on the stage: The repertory group is offering two new plays this season.
1. To present an offering in worship or devotion.
2. To make an offer or proposal, especially of marriage.
3. To present itself: "This plan was dropped, because of its risk, and because a better offered" (T.E. Lawrence).
4. Baseball To swing at a pitch. Used of a batter.
1. The act of offering: an offer of assistance.
2. Something, such as a suggestion, proposal, bid, or recommendation, that is offered: Did you accept his offer for the car?
3. Law A proposal that if accepted constitutes a legally binding contract.
4. The condition of being offered, especially for sale: thousands of bushels of wheat on offer.

[Middle English offren, from Old English offrian, to present in worship, and from Old French offrir, to propose, present, both from Latin offerre, to present, offer : ob-, to; see ob- + ferre, to bring; see bher- in Indo-European roots.]

of′fer·er, of′fer·or n.
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Noun1.offeror - someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection
benefactor, helper - a person who helps people or institutions (especially with financial help)
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If the Tender Offeror fails to acquire all shares of the Target's common stock by the Tender Offer, the Tender Offeror contemplates causing the Target to be its wholly owned subsidiary by any appropriate transaction.
The debriefed offeror either before or after award is entitled to receive certain other information, such as whether the agency followed the applicable source selection procedures.
For negotiated contracts, the offeror submits a proposal that is the basis for price negotiations.
If the rights were not exercised and a merger occurred, Household shareholders were entitled to purchase $200 of the common stock of the tender offeror for $100.
3(a) of the Code, any person who is interested in 1% or more of any class of relevant securities of an offeree company or of any paper offeror (being any offeror other than an offeror in respect of which it has been announced that its offer is, or is likely to be, solely in cash) must make an Opening Position Disclosure following the commencement of the offer period and, if later, following the announcement in which any paper offeror is first identified.
However, if an Offeror elects to submit a proposal for a single State then the Offeror must be willing to supply the entire State and will not be allowed to add additional States following award or at any time during the term of the contract or any renewals.