offering

英 ['ɒf(ə)rɪŋ] 美 ['ɔfərɪŋ]
  • n. 提供;祭品;奉献物;牲礼
  • v. 提供(offer的ing形式)
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offering (n.)
late Old English offrung "the presenting of something to a deity; a thing so presented," verbal noun from offrian (see offer (v.)). Of presentations to a person from mid-15c.; to the public from 1834.
1. They are offering farmers $2.15 a bushel for corn.
他们向农民出价每蒲式耳2.15美元收购玉米。

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2. The company is now offering to double-glaze the windows for £3,900.
该公司现在报价3,900英镑安装双层玻璃窗。

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3. We have been successful because we are offering a quality service.
我们因提供的服务水准一流一直经营得很成功。

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4. Mr Prescott concentrated on offering a classic restatement of Labour values.
普雷斯科特先生专注于对工党价值观进行经典的阐释。

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5. Workplace canteens are offering healthier foods than ever before.
单位餐厅以前从没供应过像现在这样健康的饭菜。

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