proffer in English
And then, as I found out only the same day, on March 23 of 1983, he, in a five-minute segment at the end of his broadcast, he announced the proposal as a proffer to the Soviet government.
Use "proffer" in a sentence
1. Proffer to help sb.
2. I proffer to help him.
3. I gave her a proffer of help.
4. May we proffer you our congratulations?
5. Spencer refused to proffer an apology.
6. I proffer to lend him one.
7. What advice would you proffer her?
8. His proffer of advice was not accepted finally.
9. They proffer grapes, strawberries, orange slices, pastries, coffee.
10. I didn't think it wise to proffer an opinion.
11. It was instinctive for her to proffer help to Mrs. Fisher.
12. Few lobbyists proffer an explicit quid pro quo to elected officials.
13. The black markets proffer Levis, pirated rave music and electric kettles.
14. What advice would you proffer to someone starting up in business?
15. 1) The black markets proffer Levis, pirated rave music and electric kettles.
16. The ever-bound deities cannot proffer the experience of eternally ethereal almighty God.
17. Whereas scientific managemant system proffer reference of objective, nought refutation for individual profession development.
18. When an illness occurs, those who are knowledgeable in such matters proffer a diagnosis.
19. Is he merely to proffer his hand and lead her into a stately minuet?
20. The solutions they proffer only come from the limited range of their own experience.
21. The development of computer and finite element method, proffer a new way for this research.
22. Will future investors really take investment banks seriously when they proffer advice about risk management?
23. A party is arranged by Aunt Norris there, so that the other young people can proffer advice in the matter.
24. They assumed he would provide a technical input but underestimated the degree of creative guidance he would proffer.
25. And, during the progress of a bill through the legislature, the Ministry may be consulted and may proffer advice.
26. And in August, high in air, the beautiful and bountiful horse- chestnuts, candelabra - wise, proffer the passer- by their tapering upright cones of congregated blossoms.
27. The present thesis mainly adopts the methods of the descriptive linguistics , attempting to proffer a panoramic view of the phonetic , lexical and grammatical features of Rudong vernacular.