offernoun

  • ja申し出、提案
  • ena presenting of something for acceptance

Examples

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Michael, in order to expedite these negotiations, we are prepared to make you a very generous offer.
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And we are prepared to reject that offer.
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- Michael, you haven't even heard— - Never accept their first offer.
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What is your second offer?
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Twelve thousand dollars.
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Are you kidding me?
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That is insultingly low.
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I don't even wanna hear what your first offer was.
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Here are some common salary negotiation mistakes that I want you to avoid.
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The first one, and the biggest one, is you don't negotiate at all.
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You walk in, you get an offer, and you just take it.
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Classic mistake.
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Why?
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Because people who negotiate once tend to negotiate a lot.
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We figured you might respond this way.
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So we have a backup offer.
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Oh, no, no, no.
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No more offers.
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Instagram wasn't Instagram, initially.
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It was a failed startup before.
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I turned down a bunch of job offers that would have been really awesome along the way.
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That was failure.
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Hello, this is Dwight Schrute from the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
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Well, that's great 'cause I need paper.
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Excellent. Then you are in luck because we are having a limited-time offer only on everything.
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- Wow, this is my lucky day - Ask him his name.
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- What is your name, sir? - I am Bill Butlicker.
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Really, that's your real name?
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How dare you?
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He said, "You know, I learned something from your book."
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And he made an offer to a woman to join his team.
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And he said to me, "I noted she was in her late 20s, just got engaged."
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So when he made the offer, he said this to her.
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He said, "I hope you could join my team. I'm really excited to work with you.
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I note that you may wanna have kids one day.
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I want you to know, you never have to talk to me about that. That's your business."
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That job offer wasn't real.
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None of this is real.
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Yes, it is, alright?
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I know Hollywood, and I know what's real.
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Have other companies made offers to buy Wynn Resorts, either in whole or in part?
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We've had no offers to buy Wynn Resorts.
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Would you entertain offers to buy Wynn Resorts?
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As a CEO, I have a fiduciary duty to entertain anything.
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But what I can tell you is we're not for sale.
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Now that you’re on the brink of greatness...
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are there still limitations to what you’d be willing to sacrifice?
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In this case, a night alone with your husband.
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Would that be an acceptable condition of a firm offer to finance your company?
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Once you're an all-star,
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make sure you let recruiters know you're looking to be looked at.
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Go to the jobs menu and then click on the box that says you're open to offers.
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If you're a movie theater owner,
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and you have some guy from Silicon Valley calling you, trying to sell you on their business
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and promising you that they're gonna drive more butts to the seats,
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you're thinking, "Yeah, right."
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But if someone actually shows up to your theater face to face,
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and makes you an offer that you can't refuse,
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I think the face-to-face interaction probably helps them in some way.
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We need to do our unfinished business so that we can cross over.
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I suggest you accept my offer because the clock is ticking.
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We don't have a lot of time.
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I can't do this without you.
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Okay, so the halter top, tank top, and Coachella headband bring you to $350.
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Will that be cash or credit?
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I'm sorry, I thought you knew.
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I'm Brittney Belson. I'm an influencer.
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So my offer is, I post a photo wearing these clothes, maybe tag you,
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#WhateverYouGuysLike.
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And you give me these clothes for $0.
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Oh! Right, because you are an influencer, of course!
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- Yeah, actually, let me connect you to our social media rep. - Thank you!
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Bye-bye now!
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Think I told you already that Proctor Meats is not for sale.
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Last time, I made a very generous offer.
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This time is even more generous.
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Warren, you are coming on 'Squawk Box' this morning for 3 hours.
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Would it kill you to say, "I'm gonna be on 'Squawk Box' for 3 hours,"
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and tweet that out that as a favor to Becky and me?
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I mean —
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Make me an offer.

Other meanings for offer...

offerverb

  • ja提供する、申し出る
  • ento present for acceptance or rejection
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I'm offering you a role in my new motion picture.
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You think you can just walk up here and hire me?
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No!
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I am willing to offer this entire case full of cash,
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more than any other offer I've put on the table today.
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So, what do you say?
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I'd like to offer my letter of resignation.
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We like your personality.
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So we talked about it this afternoon.
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We wanna offer you a job here.
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We'd also be willing to offer a free bottle of gin to every kid in the league.
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No, I'm sorry.
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Thank you for your time, then.
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But I'm offering you 2 months paid vacation,
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and the ability to take credit for my work, which will be flawless.
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Okay, guys, let's go!
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We are the William Sisters.
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Were you guys this good back in the day?
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I was offered a solo contract.
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You took it 'cause you're selfish.
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The cruise offers 77 activities.
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And I signed us up for 76 of them.
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PG&E is willing to offer the Jensens $250,000 for their home.
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$250,000?
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In terms of land value out in Hinkley,
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Mr. Masry, we feel that's a more than fair price.