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tender in Trade topic

tendertender2 verb 🔊 🔊 1 [transitive] formalGIVE to formally offer or show something to someone 🔊 As company secretary, you must tender the proposal.tender something to somebody 🔊 The seller has the right to keep the goods until payment is tendered to him. 🔊 Minton tendered her resignation on Friday.2 [intransitive] British EnglishBBT to make a formal offer to do a job or provide goods or services for a particular price syn bid American Englishtender for 🔊 We are unable to tender competitively for the contract.→ See Verb table
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tenderThey're protesting at the government's proposals to allow private firms to tender for prison work.Unfortunately, the cheque they tendered subsequently bounced, an occurrence that had become their trademark around the world.Still hopelessly divided, they expected to hear that he had tendered their collective resignations to the King.tendered ... resignationEast resigned, Rowlands returned, but not until the junior vice-president, Rhys Williams, had tendered his resignation.The following day, a Friday, Buell Gallagher tendered his resignation as president, effective Monday.He was successful, and tendered his resignation from Stockport with effect from 31st October.Previously Bank vice-president, he succeeded Wladyslaw Baka, who had tendered his resignation on Jan. 17.Wang had tendered his resignation on Oct. 7 following widespread public and cross-party criticism of his controversial proposal for land tax reforms.Piqued, Falkenhayn tendered his resignation to the Kaiser, but it was rejected.Still hopelessly divided, they expected to hear that he had tendered their collective resignations to the King.