ofrecer


ofrecer
v.
1 to offer.
ofrecerle algo a alguien to offer somebody something
¿puedo ofrecerle algo de beber? may I offer you something to drink?
¿cuánto te ofrecen por la casa? how much are they offering you for the house?
me ofrece la oportunidad o la ocasión de conocer la ciudad it gives me the chance to get to know the city
María le ofrece comida a Ricardo Mary offers Richard food.
Ella ofrece sus servicios She offers her services.
2 to bid.
¿qué ofrecen por esta mesa? what am I bid for this table?
3 to present (tener, presentar) (imagen, dificultades).
la cocina ofrece un aspecto lamentable the kitchen is a sorry sight
4 to offer up (oraciones, sacrificio).
5 to make an offer.
Ellos ofrecen They make an offer.
6 to offer to, to promise to, to volunteer to.
María le ofrece comida a Ricardo Mary offers Richard food.
Ella ofrece sus servicios She offers her services.
Ellos ofrecen limpiar They offer to clean.
Le ofrecí a María ir a verla I offered Mary to go see her.
Ellos ofrecieron a Ricardo They offered Richard.
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ofrecer
Conjugation model [AGRADECER], like {{link=agradecer}}agradecer
verbo transitivo
1 (dar - premio, amistad) to offer; (- banquete, fiesta) to hold; (- regalo) to give
2 (presentar) to present
la montaña ofrecía un panorama desolador the mountain looked desolate
ofrecer resistencia to offer resistance
verbo pronominal ofrecerse
1 (prestarse) to offer, volunteer
se ofreció a llevarme he offered to give me a lift
se ofreció voluntario he volunteered
2 (disponer) to want
¿qué se le ofrece? what can I do for you?
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verb
1) to offer
2) present
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1. VT
1) (=presentar voluntariamente)
a) [+ servicios, ayuda, trabajo, dinero] to offer

nos ofreció un té — he offered us tea

me ofrecieron la posibilidad de trabajar para ellos — they offered me the chance to work for them

¿cuánto te ofrecieron por el coche? — how much did they offer you for the car?

ofrecer hacer algo — to offer to do sth

el club le ha ofrecido prorrogar su contrato — the club has offered to extend his contract

me ofrecieron participar en la coproducción — they asked me if I would like to take part in the co-production

b) [+ espectáculo, programa] [en TV] to show

varias cadenas ofrecen el partido en directo — several channels are showing the match live

los principales espectáculos que ofrece el festival — the main events featured in the festival

la Filarmónica ofrecerá un concierto el día de Navidad — the Philharmonic are giving a concert on Christmas Day

c) frm [+ respetos] to pay frm

ofrecer la bienvenida a algn — to welcome sb

2) (=tener)
a) [+ ventaja] to offer; [+ oportunidad, garantías] to offer, give; [+ solución] to offer, provide

el formato electrónico ofrece algunas ventajas — the electronic format offers some advantages

la sanidad pública ofrece más posibilidades de investigación — public health care offers o provides more scope for research

no ofrece las suficientes garantías — it's not sufficiently reliable

no ofrecer duda, la gravedad del caso no ofrece duda — there is no doubt about the seriousness of the case

el resultado no ofrecía dudas — the result left no room for doubt

b) [+ dificultad] to present

el caso no ofrece dificultad alguna — the case presents no difficulty

el ladrón no ofreció resistencia — the burglar did not put up a struggle, the burglar offered no resistance frm

c) [+ imagen] to present

el partido necesita ofrecer una imagen de estabilidad — the party needs to present an image of stability

el palacio abandonado ofrecía un aspecto desolador — the deserted palace looked depressingly bleak

la zona ofrece un deprimente espectáculo a sus visitantes — the area is a depressing sight for visitors

3) (=celebrar) [+ acto, fiesta, cena] to hold, give

un portavoz del Ministerio ofreció una rueda de prensa — a Ministry spokesman gave o held a press conference

los compañeros le ofrecieron una comida de despedida — her colleagues held a farewell lunch for her

4) [+ sacrificio, víctima] to offer up

ofrecieron un cordero en sacrificio a los dioses — they offered up a lamb to the gods

ofrecieron su vida por la causa — they gave their lives for the cause

5) (Rel) to make a vow

ha ofrecido que va a dejar de fumar — he made a vow to stop smoking

2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <ayuda/cigarrillo/empleo> to offer

te llamo para ofrecerte al niño — (Col, Ven) I'm ringing to let you know that the baby has been born

ofrecer + INF — to offer to + inf

ofreció prestarnos su coche — she offered to lend us her car

b) <dinero> to offer; (en una subasta) to bid
c) <fiesta> to give, throw (colloq); <recepción> to lay on, to hold
d) <sacrificio/víctima> to offer (up)
2)
a) <oportunidad> to give, provide

le ofrece la posibilidad de entablar nuevas amistades — it provides her with the chance to make new friends; <dificultad> to present

b) <aspecto/vista>

su habitación ofrecía un aspecto lúgubre — her room had an air of gloominess about it

el año ofrece buenas perspectivas — the coming year looks promising

ofrecían un espectáculo desgarrador — they were a heartrending sight

c) <resistencia> persona to put up, offer

la puerta se abrió sin ofrecer resistencia — the door opened easily

2.
ofrecerse v pron
1) persona to offer, volunteer

ofrecerse A or PARA + INF — to offer o volunteer to + inf

se ofrece niñera con experiencia — experienced nanny seeks employment

2) <presentarse>

un espectáculo único se ofrecía ante nuestros ojos — a unique spectacle greeted our eyes

en valle se nos ofrecía en todo su esplendor — the valley appeared before us in all its splendor

3) (frml) (querer, necesitar) (gen neg o interrog)

¿se le ofrece alguna otra cosa? — can I offer o get you anything else?

¿qué se le ofrece, señora? — what would you like, madam? (frml)

estoy para lo que se les ofrezca — I'm at your service

si no se le ofrece nada más — if there's nothing else I can do for you

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= deliver, feature, give, offer, open up, pitch, provide, provide with, supply, proffer, furnish (with), come forward with, tender, serve up.
Ex. The result could be termed a full-provision data base -- a data base including both text and reference, and delivering much more than the 2 added together.
Ex. Other catalogues and bibliographies only feature added entries under title where it is deemed that the author main entry heading is not likely to be obvious to the users.
Ex. An abstract of a bibliography can be expected to note whether author affiliations are given = Es de esperar que el resumen de una bibliografía indique si se incluyen los lugares de trabajo de los autores.
Ex. Thus some current awareness services can be purchased from external vendors, whilst others may be offered by a library or information unit to its particular group of users.
Ex. Here is a key paper by a non librarian which opens up a new and constructive approach to library purpose.
Ex. Thus pitching instructions at the right level can be difficult.
Ex. To start with, most catalogues, indexes, data bases and bibliographies provide access to information or documents.
Ex. Many libraries provide users with photocopies of contents pages of selected journals.
Ex. Here an attempt is made to choose one form and supply references from the other forms.
Ex. 'No question,' she said meditatively, 'we have to do something'; 'like more coffee?' proffered the waitress, the coffee pot hovered above Jergens' cup.
Ex. One of the definitions of 'organise' is to furnish with organs, make organic, make into living being or tissue.
Ex. Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
Ex. This address was tendered at the State Library of Victoria, Nov 88, to mark the retirement of Professor Jean Whyte.
Ex. A watering hole in Spain is serving up free beer and tapas to recession-weary customers who insult its bartenders as a way to let off steam.
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* ofrecer acceso = provide + access.
* ofrecer apoyo = support, provide + support, rally (a)round, rally behind.
* ofrecer asesoramiento = offer + advice, offer + guidance, dispense + advice.
* ofrecer ayuda = offer + guidance, offer + assistance, provide + support.
* ofrecer cobijo = provide + a home.
* ofrecer conclusiones = provide + conclusions.
* ofrecer conjuntamente = bundle.
* ofrecer conocimiento = package + knowledge.
* ofrecer consejos prácticos = offer + hints and advice.
* ofrecer descuento = offer + discount.
* ofrecer directrices = provide + guidance.
* ofrecer en cantidad = offer + in quantity.
* ofrecer en un lote = bundle.
* ofrecer esperanzas = hold + promise.
* ofrecer estímulo = provide + stimulus.
* ofrecer incentivo = provide + incentive, offer + inducement.
* ofrecer información = provide + information, provide + details, supply + information, offer + information, package + information, furnish + information.
* ofrecer la garantía de = provide + the stamp of.
* ofrecer la mano = put forth + Posesivo + hand.
* ofrecer la oportunidad = allow + the opportunity to, allow + the opportunity to.
* ofrecer la oportunidad de = offer + a chance to.
* ofrecer la otra mejilla = turn + the other cheek.
* ofrecer la posibilidad = afford + possibility, provide + facility.
* ofrecer la posibilidad de = have + the potential (to/for), offer + the facility.
* ofrecer la posibilidad de que = usher in + the day when.
* ofrecer lo máximo = shoot (for) + the moon.
* ofrecer poco = low-ball.
* ofrecer por primera vez = debut.
* ofrecer posibilidades = have + potential, offer + options, offer + possibilities, hold + potential, present + possibilities, open (up) + avenues.
* ofrecer razones = provide + reasons.
* ofrecer refugio = provide + a home.
* ofrecer resistencia = put up + resistance.
* ofrecer santuario = offer + sanctuary.
* ofrecerse = be forthcoming, step forward, step up to.
* ofrecerse como voluntario = volunteer.
* ofrecer servicio = service.
* ofrecer sugerencias = give + suggestions.
* ofrecer una explicación = present + explanation.
* ofrecer una fiesta = host + party.
* ofrecer una forma de = provide + a way of/to.
* ofrecer una imagen = present + picture.
* ofrecer una introducción a = provide + a background to.
* ofrecer una norma = offer + prescription.
* ofrecer una opinión = offer + opinion.
* ofrecer una oportunidad = offer + opportunity, provide + opportunity, present + an opportunity.
* ofrecer una perspectiva = offer + perspective.
* ofrecer una posibilidad = afford + opportunity.
* ofrecer una prestación = offer + facility.
* ofrecer una rama de olivo para hacer las paces = offer + an olive branch.
* ofrecer una recepción = host + reception.
* ofrecer una respuesta = provide + answer.
* ofrecer una solución = provide + solution, offer + solution.
* ofrecer una sonrisa = give + a grin.
* ofrecer una visión = provide + a picture.
* ofrecer una visión de = offer + an account of.
* ofrecer una visión de conjunto = provide + a picture, provide + overview.
* ofrecer una visión muy releveladora de = provide + insight into, give + an insight into, give + an inside look at.
* ofrecer una vista = afford + a view.
* ofrecer un curso = offer + course.
* ofrecer un ejemplo = afford + example.
* ofrecer un sacrificio = make + a sacrifice.
* ofrecer un servicio = operate + service, provide + service, do + service.
* ofrecer ventaja = be of benefit.
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1.
verbo transitivo
1)
a) <ayuda/cigarrillo/empleo> to offer

te llamo para ofrecerte al niño — (Col, Ven) I'm ringing to let you know that the baby has been born

ofrecer + INF — to offer to + inf

ofreció prestarnos su coche — she offered to lend us her car

b) <dinero> to offer; (en una subasta) to bid
c) <fiesta> to give, throw (colloq); <recepción> to lay on, to hold
d) <sacrificio/víctima> to offer (up)
2)
a) <oportunidad> to give, provide

le ofrece la posibilidad de entablar nuevas amistades — it provides her with the chance to make new friends; <dificultad> to present

b) <aspecto/vista>

su habitación ofrecía un aspecto lúgubre — her room had an air of gloominess about it

el año ofrece buenas perspectivas — the coming year looks promising

ofrecían un espectáculo desgarrador — they were a heartrending sight

c) <resistencia> persona to put up, offer

la puerta se abrió sin ofrecer resistencia — the door opened easily

2.
ofrecerse v pron
1) persona to offer, volunteer

ofrecerse A or PARA + INF — to offer o volunteer to + inf

se ofrece niñera con experiencia — experienced nanny seeks employment

2) <presentarse>

un espectáculo único se ofrecía ante nuestros ojos — a unique spectacle greeted our eyes

en valle se nos ofrecía en todo su esplendor — the valley appeared before us in all its splendor

3) (frml) (querer, necesitar) (gen neg o interrog)

¿se le ofrece alguna otra cosa? — can I offer o get you anything else?

¿qué se le ofrece, señora? — what would you like, madam? (frml)

estoy para lo que se les ofrezca — I'm at your service

si no se le ofrece nada más — if there's nothing else I can do for you

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= deliver, feature, give, offer, open up, pitch, provide, provide with, supply, proffer, furnish (with), come forward with, tender, serve up.

Ex: The result could be termed a full-provision data base -- a data base including both text and reference, and delivering much more than the 2 added together.

Ex: Other catalogues and bibliographies only feature added entries under title where it is deemed that the author main entry heading is not likely to be obvious to the users.
Ex: An abstract of a bibliography can be expected to note whether author affiliations are given = Es de esperar que el resumen de una bibliografía indique si se incluyen los lugares de trabajo de los autores.
Ex: Thus some current awareness services can be purchased from external vendors, whilst others may be offered by a library or information unit to its particular group of users.
Ex: Here is a key paper by a non librarian which opens up a new and constructive approach to library purpose.
Ex: Thus pitching instructions at the right level can be difficult.
Ex: To start with, most catalogues, indexes, data bases and bibliographies provide access to information or documents.
Ex: Many libraries provide users with photocopies of contents pages of selected journals.
Ex: Here an attempt is made to choose one form and supply references from the other forms.
Ex: 'No question,' she said meditatively, 'we have to do something'; 'like more coffee?' proffered the waitress, the coffee pot hovered above Jergens' cup.
Ex: One of the definitions of 'organise' is to furnish with organs, make organic, make into living being or tissue.
Ex: Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
Ex: This address was tendered at the State Library of Victoria, Nov 88, to mark the retirement of Professor Jean Whyte.
Ex: A watering hole in Spain is serving up free beer and tapas to recession-weary customers who insult its bartenders as a way to let off steam.
* ofrecer acceso = provide + access.
* ofrecer apoyo = support, provide + support, rally (a)round, rally behind.
* ofrecer asesoramiento = offer + advice, offer + guidance, dispense + advice.
* ofrecer ayuda = offer + guidance, offer + assistance, provide + support.
* ofrecer cobijo = provide + a home.
* ofrecer conclusiones = provide + conclusions.
* ofrecer conjuntamente = bundle.
* ofrecer conocimiento = package + knowledge.
* ofrecer consejos prácticos = offer + hints and advice.
* ofrecer descuento = offer + discount.
* ofrecer directrices = provide + guidance.
* ofrecer en cantidad = offer + in quantity.
* ofrecer en un lote = bundle.
* ofrecer esperanzas = hold + promise.
* ofrecer estímulo = provide + stimulus.
* ofrecer incentivo = provide + incentive, offer + inducement.
* ofrecer información = provide + information, provide + details, supply + information, offer + information, package + information, furnish + information.
* ofrecer la garantía de = provide + the stamp of.
* ofrecer la mano = put forth + Posesivo + hand.
* ofrecer la oportunidad = allow + the opportunity to, allow + the opportunity to.
* ofrecer la oportunidad de = offer + a chance to.
* ofrecer la otra mejilla = turn + the other cheek.
* ofrecer la posibilidad = afford + possibility, provide + facility.
* ofrecer la posibilidad de = have + the potential (to/for), offer + the facility.
* ofrecer la posibilidad de que = usher in + the day when.
* ofrecer lo máximo = shoot (for) + the moon.
* ofrecer poco = low-ball.
* ofrecer por primera vez = debut.
* ofrecer posibilidades = have + potential, offer + options, offer + possibilities, hold + potential, present + possibilities, open (up) + avenues.
* ofrecer razones = provide + reasons.
* ofrecer refugio = provide + a home.
* ofrecer resistencia = put up + resistance.
* ofrecer santuario = offer + sanctuary.
* ofrecerse = be forthcoming, step forward, step up to.
* ofrecerse como voluntario = volunteer.
* ofrecer servicio = service.
* ofrecer sugerencias = give + suggestions.
* ofrecer una explicación = present + explanation.
* ofrecer una fiesta = host + party.
* ofrecer una forma de = provide + a way of/to.
* ofrecer una imagen = present + picture.
* ofrecer una introducción a = provide + a background to.
* ofrecer una norma = offer + prescription.
* ofrecer una opinión = offer + opinion.
* ofrecer una oportunidad = offer + opportunity, provide + opportunity, present + an opportunity.
* ofrecer una perspectiva = offer + perspective.
* ofrecer una posibilidad = afford + opportunity.
* ofrecer una prestación = offer + facility.
* ofrecer una rama de olivo para hacer las paces = offer + an olive branch.
* ofrecer una recepción = host + reception.
* ofrecer una respuesta = provide + answer.
* ofrecer una solución = provide + solution, offer + solution.
* ofrecer una sonrisa = give + a grin.
* ofrecer una visión = provide + a picture.
* ofrecer una visión de = offer + an account of.
* ofrecer una visión de conjunto = provide + a picture, provide + overview.
* ofrecer una visión muy releveladora de = provide + insight into, give + an insight into, give + an inside look at.
* ofrecer una vista = afford + a view.
* ofrecer un curso = offer + course.
* ofrecer un ejemplo = afford + example.
* ofrecer un sacrificio = make + a sacrifice.
* ofrecer un servicio = operate + service, provide + service, do + service.
* ofrecer ventaja = be of benefit.

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ofrecer [E3 ]
vt
A
1 ‹ayuda/cigarrillo/empleo› to offer
le ofreció su brazo he offered her his arm
no nos ofreció ni una taza de café he didn't even offer us a cup of coffee
todavía no nos ha ofrecido la casa he still hasn't invited us to see his new house
te llamo para ofrecerte al niño (Col); I'm ringing to let you know that the baby's been born
ofrecer + INF to offer TO + INF
ofreció prestarnos su coche she offered to lend us her car
2 ‹dinero› (por un artículo) to offer
ofreció mil dólares por el jarrón he bid a thousand dollars for the vase
¿cuánto me ofrece por este cuadro? how much will you give o offer me for this picture?
3 ‹fiesta› to give, hold, throw (colloq)
ofrecieron una comida en su honor they gave a meal in her honor
ofrecieron una recepción en el Hotel Suecia they laid on o held a reception in the Hotel Suecia
4 ‹sacrificio/víctima› to offer, offer up
B
1 ‹oportunidad› to give, provide; ‹dificultad› to present
le ofrece la posibilidad de entablar nuevas amistades it provides her with o it gives her o (frml) it affords her the chance to make new friends
el plan ofrece varias dificultades the plan presents o poses a number of problems
2 ‹aspecto/vista›
su habitación ofrecía un aspecto lúgubre her room was gloomy o had an air of gloominess about it
el balcón ofrecía una vista maravillosa there was a marvelous view from the balcony
el año ofrece buenas perspectivas things look good for the coming year, the coming year looks promising
ofrecían un espectáculo desgarrador they were a heartrending sight
3 ‹resistencia› «persona» to put up, offer
la puerta se abrió sin ofrecer resistencia the door opened easily
se entregó sin ofrecer ninguna resistencia he surrendered without putting up o offering any resistance
ofrecerse
v pron
A
«persona»: se ofrece niñera con experiencia experienced nanny seeks employment
ofrecerse A or PARA + INF to offer o volunteer to + INF
se ofreció a venir a buscarnos she offered o volunteered to come and pick us up
B
(presentarse): un espectáculo único se ofrecía ante nuestros ojos a unique spectacle presented itself before o greeted our eyes
las cumbres nevadas se nos ofrecían en todo su esplendor the snowy peaks appeared o stood before us in all their splendor
C (frml) (querer, necesitar) (gen neg o interrog) ofrecérsele algo A algn:
¿se le ofrece alguna otra cosa? can I offer o get you anything else?, would you care for anything else?
si no se le ofrece nada más, me retiro a dormir if there's nothing else I can do for you, I'll say goodnight
¿qué se le ofrece a la señora? what would you like o what can I get you to drink, madam? (frml)
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ofrecer (conjugate ofrecer) verbo transitivo
1
a)ayuda/cigarrillo/empleoto offer

b)dineroto offer;

(en una subasta) to bid
c)fiestato give;

recepciónto lay on
d)sacrificio/víctimato offer (up)

2
a)oportunidad/posibilidadto give, provide;

dificultadto present
b) [persona] ‹resistenciato put up, offer

ofrecerse verbo pronominal
1 [persona] to offer, volunteer;
ofrecerse A or PARA hacer algo to offer o volunteer to do sth
2 (frml) (querer, necesitar) (gen neg o interrog):
¿qué se le ofrece, señora? what would you like, madam? (frml);

si no se le ofrece nada más if there's nothing else I can do for you
ofrecer verbo transitivo
1 (agua, ayuda, dinero, etc) to offer
2 (posibilidad, solución, consejo) to give
3 (un homenaje, banquete, etc) to hold
4 (aspecto) to present
5 Rel to offer (up)
'ofrecer' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
brindar
- dar
- tender
- amparar
- convidar
- dedicar
- excusar
- querer
- tributar
English:
offer
- outbid
- part exchange
- present
- put up
- shall
- tender
- volunteer
- bid
- cater
- dispense
- feature
- give
- hand
- hold
- lay
- proffer
- put
- quote
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ofrecer
vt
1. [proporcionar, dar] to offer;
ofrecerle algo a alguien to offer sb sth;
me han ofrecido el puesto de director they've offered me the job of manager;
¿puedo ofrecerle algo de beber? may I offer you something to drink?;
ofrecen una recompensa por él they are offering a reward for his capture;
le ofrecieron una cena homenaje they held a dinner in his honour;
¿cuánto te ofrecen por la casa? how much are they offering you for the house?;
me ofrece la oportunidad o [m5]la ocasión de conocer la ciudad it gives me the chance to get to know the city
2. [en subastas] to bid;
¿qué ofrecen por esta mesa? what am I bid for this table?
3. [tener, presentar] to present;
la cocina ofrece un aspecto lamentable the kitchen is a sorry sight;
esta tarea ofrece algunas dificultades this task poses o presents a number of problems;
aquel negocio ofrecía inmejorables perspectivas that business had excellent prospects
4. [oraciones, sacrificio] to offer up;
ofrecer una misa por alguien to have a mass said for sb
See also the pronominal verb ofrecerse
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ofrecer
v/t offer
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ofrecer {53} vt
1) : to offer
2) : to provide, to give
3) : to present (an appearance, etc.)
See also the reflexive verb ofrecerse
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ofrecer vb (proponer y dar) to offer
me ofreció su ayuda he offered to help me
mi primo me ofreció trabajar en su restaurante my cousin offered me a job in his restaurant

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • ofrecer — (Del lat. oferre.) ► verbo transitivo/ pronominal 1 Presentar y dar de forma voluntaria una cosa a una persona: ■ le ofreció un puesto en su equipo; se ofreció para acompañarme. SE CONJUGA COMO carecer SINÓNIMO brindar ► verbo transitivo 2 Decir… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • ofrecer — v tr (Se conjuga como agradecer, 1a) 1 Poner a la disposición de alguien alguna cosa o algún servicio para que disfrute de ello: ofrecerle su casa, Un grupo de médicos ofrece sus servicios gratuitamente , ofrecerle una copa, ofrecerle un aventón …   Español en México

  • ofrecer — (v) (Básico) entregar algo de manera voluntaria a alguien; obligarse a hacer algo Ejemplos: Te ofrezco mi ayuda siempre cuando la necesites. Les ofreció su coche para que pudieran ir a la fiesta. Colocaciones: ofrecer servicio, ofrecer el corazón …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • ofrecer — {{#}}{{LM O27911}}{{〓}} {{ConjO27911}}{{\}}CONJUGACIÓN{{/}}{{SynO28602}} {{[}}ofrecer{{]}} ‹o·fre·cer› {{《}}▍ v.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Presentar o dar voluntariamente: • Te ofrezco mi ayuda para lo que necesites.{{○}} {{<}}2{{>}} Presentar, manifestar …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • ofrecer — transitivo 1) presentar, dar*, regalar. ≠ aceptar. Ejemplo: nos ofreció su ayuda de todo corazón. 2) dedicar, consagrar, ofrendar. Ejemplo: ofrecerán diversas misas para los difuntos de la familia. 3) …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

  • ofrecer — tr. Prometer, obligarse uno a dar. Presentar voluntariamente algo. Entregarse voluntariamente a alguien. para ejecutar algo. Ocurrir …   Diccionario Castellano

  • ofrecer el oro y el moro — dar el oro y el moro …   Diccionario de dichos y refranes


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