have something to offer

have (something) to offer

To have a trait or skill that is appealing, desirable, or helpful to others. She has a lot of experience to offer, and I wouldn't discount that when you look at all the candidates for the job.
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have something to ˈoffer

have something available that somebody wants: Barcelona has a lot to offer its visitors in the way of entertainment.He’s a young man with a great deal to offer (= who is intelligent, has many skills, etc.).
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It's increasingly difficult to persuade parish shoppers that their neighborhood churches might have something to offer when competitive behemoths, kind of like ecclesial WalMart or Target stores, offer enticing bargains just a few stops down the interstate.
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