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 best thing about Wonderfruit is that it offers something for everyone.
A BUSINESSWOMAN whose new bridal shop has proved a big success says she "offers something for everyone".
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Enjoying a sub-tropical climate, the island offers something for everyone - spectacular scenery, a picturesque capital, and boat trips to the nearby island of Porto Santo with its golden sandy beaches.
There's quite a variety of different shops so I think it offers something for everyone.
It offers something for everyone to disdain, especially those demanding a specific way to salvation, be it pure wilderness or the end of consumerism.
Each ending offers something for the preacher to mine--and Prof.
"Texas hangs its hat on being a big, diverse place that offers something for everyone--resident or visitor," Desta said.
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Successfully living up to at least some of the hype, The Emperor offers something for every reader, with enough amusing insider references for chess lovers, academics and the Inkwell crowd, to qualify as a book many may find themselves claiming was written just for them.
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THE V2001 bill offers something for just about everybody with acts ranging from Red Hot Chili Peppers to Kylie Minogue and Foo Fighters to David Gray.