tender

Meaning(s)

1. formally offer something, gentle or kind, sensitive

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tender an offer/resignation

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 noun, verb, and adjective

Check Icon Social Examples (Basic)

  1. Alex is a tender person who would never deliberately harm anyone.
  2. The bruising on Anne's arm after the accident meant that it was tender to touch.
  3. That's a bit of a tender subject at the moment. We'll talk about it another time.

Check Icon Professional Examples (Advance)

  1. The failure of the project was my fault, so I felt that I had no choice but to tender my resignation.
  2. We had been looking to take over that company for a while, so as soon as we secured the necessary finance, we tendered an offer for it.

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