Besides lending books, libraries offer various other services.
The flimsy stalls in this restroom offer very little privacy.
It would be presumptuous to call myself his replacement, but I could offer some guidance.
Amsterdam offers an entirely unique atmosphere of freedom and entertainment.
I may not have much to offer in the way of learning or ability, but I want to do whatever I can for us all and humbly ask for your favor.
Further investigation will offer many opportunities to obtain more valuable knowledge of the ocean.
I wouldn't rule out the possibility of moving to another country if I get a good job offer.
Be careful when you shop, because some sales people will try to take advantage of you and offer you an expensive price.
The Waterfront's success could mean that other cities soon follow, creating areas that offer people a new kind of city living, with all the benefits and none of the stress, noise and pollution of crowded centres.
They offered me a job / promotion. She was offered a job in Singapore but turned it down. He offered to get me a cab.
"Would you like me to tell you more about the charity" He offered to tell me more about the charity.
they'll all be offered the chance to 'get chipped' if they wish
When you finally decide on our offer you can pay one hundred dollars per person and we shall hold the reservation.
Angielskie słowo "oferować" (offer) występuje w zestawach:English File Elementary Unit 3 /QuizletCommon Verbs – Basic Polish VocabularyIf being a gentleman is your thing, stay away from...AW: E: Special Introductory Verbinfinitive... / I want to read a book........ po c...
2. offer to
You can offer to pay by the day for the service.
Angielskie słowo "oferować" (offer to) występuje w zestawach:9.10.18r. bezokol. (to), gerund (ing)czasowniki po których stosujemy - tuverb patterns 2.5(not) to +bezokolicznikCzasowniki (ang.)
3. offer to do
Angielskie słowo "oferować" (offer to do) występuje w zestawach:Verb pattensreporting verbsmowa zależna
I bid against him.
A bid for something or a bid to do something is an attempt to obtain it or do it
to make a bid for sth; Boris quickly announced his leadership bid, but was promptly stabbed in the back
I'm placing a bid on that painting at the auction. I hope nobody else outbids me!
The deadline for bids fell today.
When Sony came back with a 2 billion bid, CBS could not refuse.
How often do you buy things online or bid on eBay?
It is not an offer or a bid from the EU. in a bid to send a message of support to this country
4 people bid for Aunt Jane's clock at the Sunday auction.
The price is not the only selection criterion for the best bid.
Appoint subcontractors, usually after putting the work out to tender (= announcing publicly that work is needed and giving different companies the opportunity to bid for the work)
She made a bid for the oil painting, but someone else made a higher one and got it in the end.
Obviously the UK Government has put in a bid for solidarity fund money.