offer (something) for (something)

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offer (something) for (something)

To propose that something or some amount of money be given in exchange for something else. They only offered me $200 for my car! I'm offering this brand new scooter for your bike—that's a great deal for you!
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offer something for something

to suggest a certain amount of money as a purchase price for something. I'll offer you ten bucks for that watch. They offered me very little for my car.
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The disclosure and due diligence requirements of a Rule 144A offering for a privately held or mutual insurer may not be as exhaustive as those associated with a public offering, but might come as a surprise to a company whose only experience in raising capital has been through traditional private placements.
This represents a ready-made service offering for a network operator's existing distribution channels and reseller partners."
The offering for this type of common stock must be at least $5 per share.
An unusual offering for small machines is the MultiJet II combination hopper loader, dehumidifying dryer, and mold-temperature controller in one compact, mobile console.