tender for

tender something for something

to offer something (of value) for something. The shareholders were asked to tender one of their shares for two of the offering company's. I decided not to tender my shares.
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Azurix previously announced its tender for all its outstanding Senior Notes at 88% of par, including the consent amount, and solicitation of consents from the holders of these notes to amendments to the indenture governing these notes to permit the sale of Wessex without complying with the existing provisions and to eliminate certain covenants, restrictions and events of default, and a waiver from those holders of the timely filing of certain financial and other information.