Something put forth, bid, proffered or tendered. (noun)
An invitation to enter into a binding contract communicated to another party which contains terms sufficiently definite to create an enforceable contract if the other party accepts the invitation. (noun)
agent noun of off (noun)
To present (something) to God as a gesture of worship, or for a sacrifice. (verb)
To place (something) in a position where it can be added to an existing mechanical assembly. (verb)
To propose or express one's willingness (to do something). (verb)
To place at someone’s disposal; to present (something) to be either accepted or turned down. (verb)
To happen, to present itself. (verb)
Examples of word offer
On the other hand, if it confers no actual rights on any who are beyond its reach, -- if it is merely an _offer_ of freedom to all who can come and receive it, -- then those only who do receive it while the offer continues will have any rights by it when it has ceased to be in force.
We shall then invade the Mississippi Valley from New Orleans, and our next offer of terms will be made to you from St. Louis or Chicago, _and it will be a very different offer_. "
What John McCain offer is a weak ineffective leader who has to grovel for political contributions.
Ms. Brightman is heading out on a leg of a concert tour, so why should her label offer up the music for free?
Your offer is the heart of every promotion, so you should make it as strong and appealing as possible.