|act of submitting; presentation, proposition, offer||submittal|
|A prefix to a security price indicating the quote is for informational purposes only and not an offer to trade.||For Your Information (FYI)|
|a trademark for an organization whose members welcome newcomers to a neighborhood, distribute small gifts, give information about the community, and offer samples of locally available merchandise||Welcome Wagon|
|acknowledge truth, allow to enter, confess, confess to something; allow entrance; accept as valid, offer possibility||admit|
|act of dangling, cause to hang or swing loosely; act of hanging; keep someone hanging uncertainly; tempt, dangling thing, hang around somebody, hang or cause to hang loosely, offer as inducement||dangle|
|act of displaying, act of exhibiting; act of submitting, act of handing over||presenting|
|act of enlisting somebody, act of inducting somebody, causing, bringing about; introduction, initiation; formal installation in an office; act or process of deriving a general proposition from certain facts; production of an electric or magnetic state ...||induction|
|act of proposing, idea or plan, proposition, suggestion; tender; plan; offer of marriage, request to marry somebody||proposal|
|act of providing; act of offering; work, labor; function, role; set of dishes; religious ceremony; offer, presentation; help, aid; act of putting a ball into play (Sports); military, armed forces, act of serving ball or shuttlecock, clean and adjust ma...||service|
|act of refusing, denial, rejection, first offer of something, unwillingness to do something||refusal|
|act of repeating the words of another person; citation, passage taken from another source; reference; commercial offer; statement of price, offer of a price; price that has been stated or offered, quote, quoting of prices, quoting of what somebody has ...||quotation|
|act of tendering, bid, offer; overseer, supervisor; car attached to a locomotive for carrying fuel and water, fragile, gentle, soft, delicate, kind and sympathetic, needing protection from harsh weather, offer a sum in settlement, offer formally, sugge...||tender|
|adapt for theatrical presentation; exaggerate, adapt something for stage||dramatize|
|additional hearing, additional presentation of a court case||rehearing|
|additive inverse, element of set, inverse function, involving oppositely affected variables, opposite logical proposition, opposite or reversing, opposite side, reverse, converse, reversed, inverted||inverse|
|adjacent to consonant, attached or joined, consisting of single steps in scale, either proposition in conjunction, united; connected, conjoined||conjunct|
|aggressive seller, attract customers, offer or advertise something, one who aggressively solicits business; one who scouts race horses in training in order to gain information to aid betting (British); ticket scalper, one who sells tickets for a price ...||tout|
|agree to, argue a point, defer to, give in, surrender, yield; subject to a process or condition; present, propose, suggest, offer; comply, acquiesce; be subjected to a process or condition, propose or hand in something, yield to somebody||submit|
|allege, argue; petition, solicit; entreat, appeal, implore, beg earnestly, declare guilt or innocence, offer an argument in support, offer something as an excuse||plead|
|alter position of notes, change optical configuration, convert logical proposition, make opposite, optically inverted, product of inversion, reverse arrangement, turned around, turned upside down, reverse; reverse order; turn upside down; turn inside o...||invert|
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