Definitions for offeror

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

of•ferˈɔ fər, ˈɒf ər(v.t.)

  1. to present for acceptance or rejection:

    to offer a drink.

  2. to propose or put forward for consideration:

    to offer a suggestion.

  3. to show willingness (to do something):

    I offered to go first.

  4. to give, make, or promise:

    She offered no response.

  5. to present solemnly as an act of worship.

  6. to present for sale.

  7. to tender or bid as a price.

  8. to attempt or threaten to do, engage in, or inflict:

    to offer battle.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  9. to put forth; exert:

    to offer resistance.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  10. to render (homage, thanks, etc.).

  11. to present or volunteer (oneself) as a spouse.

  12. (v.i.)to present itself; occur.

  13. to make a proposal or suggestion.

  14. (n.)an act or instance of offering.

  15. a proposal or bid to give or pay something.

  16. a proposal of marriage.

Origin of offer:

bef. 900; ME offren, OE offrian to present in worship < L offerre=of-of-+ferre to bring, bear1



Princeton's WordNet

  1. offerer, offeror(noun)

    someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection


  1. offeror(Noun)

    one that makes an offer to another

  2. offeror(Noun)

    someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection


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