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offer to

1. To suggest or propose doing something on behalf of someone or for someone's benefit. Jim offered to cook dinner because I wasn't feeling very well. She offered to speak to the boss to clear the issue up.
2. To suggest or propose giving to someone as a gift, favor, payment, compensation, etc. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "offer" and "to." He offered $500 to me so that I wouldn't speak about the incident to the police or the media. I'm offering half my assets to my partner in exchange for full control over the intellectual property.
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offer something to someone (as something)

to propose giving something to someone as a gift, peace offering, payment, etc. They offered us a bunch of flowers as a peace offering. As an apology, I offered a gift to the hostess.
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Here is a young fellow that offers to marry his daughter for $30,000--half price, as one may say-- and he talks about covering every cent he lays down with one of my own.
Specifically, NTSP's physicians entered into a physician participating agreement ("PPA") with NTSP that grants NTSP the right to receive all payer offers and imposes on the physicians a duty to forward payer offers to NTSP promptly.
But this publisher tested two letters and two different offers to three segments of 2,200 each.
Westminster Village in Scottsdale, Ariz., (www.wmvaz.com/Pages/villager.html) maintains a shared email account and offers to print emails and hand-deliver them to residents.
The procedure applies to all offers to compromise a civil or criminal liability under Sec.
The IRS occasionally revises Form 656 and may require offers to be submitted on the form's most recent version, which is available at www.irs.gov.
Offers to sell prescription drags without a prescription are illegal, and may be dangerous as well.
In violation of numerous Western social psychology experiments documenting in-group favoritism, Mongols made higher offers to Kazakhs than to players from their own ethnic group.
Despite the immense accounts receivable amount, taxpayers proposed fewer than 9,000 offers to settle tax claims in 1991.
The Service will continue to monitor the program and make adjustments as necessary to ensure consistent and equitable use of offers to resolve unpaid tax accounts.
A rumor among college graduates about five years ago said a certain health care system, definitely a household name, made job offers to two grads in March which were accepted.