Define: Offeror

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Definition: Offeror

Quick Summary of Offeror

A person or entity who makes a specific proposal to another (the offeree) to enter into a contract.

What is the dictionary definition of Offeror?

Dictionary Definition

  • One who makes an offer to another.
  • Someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection.


Full Definition of Offeror

A person, company, or organisation that offers to buy something from another person, company, or organisation.

An offeror is an alternative term for a bidder.


Examples of Offeror in a sentence

The offeror has indicated that he will keep his offer open only for a limited time.
A unilateral contract consists of a promise on the part of the offeror and performance of the requisite terms by the offeree.
Acceptance of the offer terminates the power of revocation that the offeror ordinarily has.

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Modern Language Association (MLA):
Offeror. Payroll & Accounting Heaven Ltd. April 06, 2020
Chicago Manual of Style (CMS):
Offeror. Payroll & Accounting Heaven Ltd. (accessed: April 06, 2020).
American Psychological Association (APA):
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Definition Sources

Definitions for Offeror are sourced/syndicated and enhanced from:

  • A Dictionary of Economics (Oxford Quick Reference)
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Accounting
  • Oxford Dictionary Of Business & Management

This glossary post was last updated: 15th February, 2020