on offer

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on offer

  1. (UK) For sale at a reduced price.
    The sofa is on offer. It's £200 instead of £500.
  2. (UK) Available to take; at hand; being offered or to be offered.
    • 2011 September 2, Phil McNulty, “Bulgaria 0-3 England”, BBC:
      Rooney had been suffered a barren spell for England with only one goal in 15 games but he was in no mood to ignore the gifts on offer in front of an increasingly subdued Bulgarian support.

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