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Meanings of Offeror:

noun

A person, company, or organization that offers to buy something from another person, company, or organization

Usage examples:

The offeror has indicated that he will keep his offer open only for a specified time.

Offerors

ˈɒfərər

Meanings of Offerors:

noun

A person, company, or organization that offers to buy something from another person, company, or organization

Usage examples:

The offeror has indicated that he will keep his offer open only for a specified time.

Offers

ˈɒf.ər

Meanings of Offers:

verb

Present or proffer (something) for (someone) to accept or reject as desired.

Usage examples:

May i offer you a drink?
noun

An expression of readiness to do or give something if desired.

Usage examples:

Sympathetic offers of help

Meanings of Offertorial:

adjective

Of or relating to an offertory; used in sacrificial offerings.

Offertories

ˈɒfət(ə)ri

Meanings of Offertories:

noun

The offering of the bread and wine at the eucharist.

Usage examples:

They donated the money to a collection which was brought up at the offertory

Offertory

ˈɒfət(ə)ri

Meanings of Offertory:

noun

The offering of the bread and wine at the eucharist.

Usage examples:

They donated the money to a collection which was brought up at the offertory

Meanings of Offhand:

adjective

Ungraciously or offensively nonchalant or cool in manner.

Usage examples:

You were a bit offhand with her this afternoon
adverb

Without previous thought or consideration.

Usage examples:

I can't think of a better answer offhand

Offhanded

ˌɒfˈhandɪd

Meanings of Offhanded:

adjective

Ungraciously or offensively nonchalant or cool in manner; offhand.

Usage examples:

Offhanded remarks that weren't fully considered

Offhandedly

ˌɒfˈhæn.dɪd.li

Meanings of Offhandedly:

adverb

In a way that does not seem to show much interest or careful thought

Usage examples:

He offhandedly mentioned his interest to his boss., she spoke almost offhandedly.

Meanings of Offhandedness:

noun

The quality of not showing much interest or careful thought

Usage examples:

He said whatever came into his mind with brutal offhandedness., she concealed her true feelings ben…

Office

ˈɒf.ɪs

Meanings of Office:

noun

A room, set of rooms, or building used as a place for commercial, professional, or bureaucratic work.

Usage examples:

An office job

Meanings of Office-bearer:

noun

A person who holds a position of authority and responsibility in a government or other organization

Usage examples:

The new office-bearer was briefed on his responsibilities.

Meanings of Office-holder:

noun

→  office-bearer

Meanings of Office-worker:

noun

A person who does their job in an office rather than in a factory, etc.

Usage examples:

Office workers are seated for much of the day and have few opportunities for activity.

Meanings of Office-workers:

noun

A person who does their job in an office rather than in a factory, etc.

Usage examples:

Office workers are seated for much of the day and have few opportunities for activity.

Meanings of Officeholder:

noun

A person who holds a position of authority or service, especially within a government or government organization.

Meanings of Officeholders:

noun

A person who holds a position of authority or service, especially within a government or government organization.

Meanings of Officeless:

adjective

Having no office.

Officer

ˈɒf.ɪ.sər

Meanings of Officer:

noun

A person holding a position of authority, especially one with a commission, in the armed services, the mercantile marine, or on a passenger ship.

Usage examples:

He is also a serving officer in the army
verb

Provide with military officers.

Usage examples:

The aristocracy wielded considerable power, officering the army

Officered

ˈɒfɪsə

Meanings of Officered:

verb

Provide with military officers.

Usage examples:

The aristocracy wielded considerable power, officering the army
noun

A person holding a position of authority, especially one with a commission, in the armed services, the mercantile marine, or on a passenger ship.

Usage examples:

He is also a serving officer in the army

Meanings of Officerhood:

noun

The profession or status of an officer, especially in the armed forces.

Meanings of Officerial:

adjective

Belonging or relating to an officer or officers; consisting of officers.

Meanings of Officering:

verb

Provide with military officers.

Usage examples:

The aristocracy wielded considerable power, officering the army
noun

A person holding a position of authority, especially one with a commission, in the armed services, the mercantile marine, or on a passenger ship.

Usage examples:

He is also a serving officer in the army

Meanings of Officerless:

adjective

Without an officer or officers.

Meanings of Officers:

noun

A person holding a position of authority, especially one with a commission, in the armed services, the mercantile marine, or on a passenger ship.

Usage examples:

He is also a serving officer in the army
verb

Provide with military officers.

Usage examples:

The aristocracy wielded considerable power, officering the army

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