English version

have something to offer (somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something to offer (somebody)have something to offer (somebody)to have qualities, opportunities etc that people are likely to want or enjoy Canada has much to offer in terms of location and climate. He felt he had nothing to offer her that she wanted. offer
Examples from the Corpus
had nothing to offerHe had nothing to offer her, whereas a fellow like Dunbar obviously had everything.We had nothing to offer our children to come back to after they got an education.He had nothing to offer them, he said, not a shilling.
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