Difference Between the Synonym Group
1 to say that you are willing to give someone something, or to hold something out to them so that they can take it : offer sb sth: You haven't offered Grandma any ice cream. | They offered him a very good job but he turned it down. | offer sth to sb: Offer some coffee to the guests.
2 to say that you are willing to pay a particular amount of money : offer (sb) sth for: They've offered us £75,000 for the house. | The police are offering a reward for any information.
3 to say that you are willing to do something: I don't need any help, but it was nice of you to offer. | offer to do sth: My dad has offered to pick us up. | Shelly didn't even offer to help.
4 to provide something that people need or want: He offered no explanation for his actions. | offer sth to sb: Senator Joseph's speech will have offered little comfort to bankrupt businessmen. | have sth to offer (to sb): Edinburgh has a great deal to offer to visitors in the way of entertainment.
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