make an offer


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make someone an offer

to offer someone an amount of money for something. (Usually an invitation.) Do you like it? Make me an offer.
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Pursuant to the pre-acquisition agreement, and subject to the terms and conditions thereof, the Offeror will make an offer to purchase (the "Offer") not less than two-thirds of the common shares of Asia Pacific (including common shares issuable upon the exercise of outstanding options and warrants) for a price of C$0.
Subject to obtaining such access and Cerberus being satisfied in its sole discretion with its due diligence investigations, Cerberus has agreed with certain Royal Group shareholders that it would, through an affiliate, then make an offer for all of the shares of Royal Group at a price of $14.