offer noun

1 of help or sth that is needed

ADJ. generous, kind | conditional, unconditional | job | peace

VERB + OFFER make (sb) He made me an offer I simply couldn't refuse | withdraw | accept, take up | decline, refuse, turn down

PREP. on ~ the range of goods on offer | ~ from I had to turn down a job offer from a theatre because the pay was too low. | ~ of They refused our offer of help.

2 special price/deal

ADJ. special | cheap | free I got the conditioner in a free offer with my shampoo. | introductory Your first order is delivered free as an introductory offer.

PREP. on ~ We have a number of bargains on offer.

3 amount of money

ADJ. acceptable, attractive, fair, favourable, reasonable | tempting | high, low We realized we would not get a higher offer. | final, initial | firm, formal Several people have made enquiries but no one has made a firm offer. | lucrative | pay | takeover | cash

VERB + OFFER make (sb), put in | withdraw | get, receive | listen to I'll listen to any reasonable offer. | accept | reject, turn down | increase, up They just kept upping their offer until I had to say yes.

OFFER + NOUN price

PREP. under ~ The property is currently under offer to a client. | ~ for Several people put in an offer for the house. | ~ of They accepted our offer of £80,000.

PHRASES be open to offers The asking price is £500 but I'm open to offers. | or near offer They are selling their car for £2,500 or near offer.