♦ offer

♦ offer
♦ offer /ˈɒfə(r)/
n.
1 (anche comm.) offerta: I'll make him an offer he cannot refuse, gli farò un'offerta che non potrà rifiutare; to accept an offer, accettare un'offerta; to decline an offer, rifiutare un'offerta; to withdraw an offer, ritirare un'offerta; an offer of help, un'offerta d'aiuto; a binding offer, un'offerta impegnativa; DIALOGO-Moving house- She had an offer accepted on a flat in Earlsdon, è stata accettata una sua offerta per un appartamento a Earlsdon; special offer, offerta speciale; final offer, ultima offerta; a tempting offer, un'offerta allettante; a firm offer, un'offerta ferma; job offers, offerte di lavoro (o d'impiego); free offer, offerta gratuita
2 proposta: an offer of marriage, una proposta di matrimonio
3 (leg.) proposta (contrattuale)
4 [u] (Borsa, = offer price) prezzo lettera; cambio (o corso) lettera; lettera
5 (comm. est.) offerta
offer for sale, (market.) offerta di vendita; (fin.) offerta al pubblico (di azioni) □ offer price, (Borsa) = def. 4 ► sopra; (fin.) prezzo di emissione (di azioni) □ (fin.) offer to purchase, offerta pubblica di acquisto (abbr. OPA) □ (comm.) on offer, in offerta; in vendita □ (comm.) price x, or nearest offer, prezzo x, trattabile □ (comm.) under offer, in corso di vendita.
♦ (to) offer /ˈɒfə(r)/
A v. t.
1 offrire; porgere; presentare: to offer one's apologies, porgere le proprie scuse; He offered a plan, ha presentato un piano; to offer one's services, offrire i propri servigi; (comm.) to offer goods for sale, offrire merce in vendita; mettere in vendita della merce
2 offrirsi di: He offered to take me home, si è offerto di accompagnarmi a casa
3 (comm.) fare un'offerta di: I was offered a fortune for this painting, per questo quadro mi hanno offerto una fortuna
4 scegliere (una disciplina) come materia di studio
5 (sport) offrire, servire (una palla)
B v. i.
1 (antiq.) offrirsi; presentarsi: I bought stocks whenever opportunity offered, compravo azioni ogni volta che se ne presentava l'occasione
2 fare un'offerta, un sacrificio; sacrificare (alla divinità)
to offer oneself as a candidate, presentarsi candidato □ to offer battle, mostrarsi pronti a combattere □ to offer a bribe to sb., fare un tentativo di corrompere q.; offrire una bustarella a q. (fam.) □ to offer itself, offrirsi; presentarsi (un'occasione, una possibilità) □ to offer oneself, proporsi: He offered himself as a translator, si propose come traduttore □ to offer an opinion, dare (o esprimere) un'opinione □ to offer resistance, resistere; fare resistenza □ to offer up, offrire (un sacrificio alla divinità); rendere (grazie, ecc.) □ as occasion offers, all'occasione □ (banca) offered rate, tasso d'interesse attivo.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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