|Origin:||profrer, from Old French poroffrir, from por- 'forward' + offrir 'to offer'|
prof‧fer [transitive] formal
to offer something to someone, especially by holding it out in your hands:
Sarah took the glass proffered by the attendant.
proffer somebody something
Poirot proffered him a cigarette.
to give someone advice, an explanation etc:
the proffered invitation