Open Offer

Open Offer,

Open Offer Definition:

  • Meaning of Open Offer: An open offer is a secondary market offer, similar to a rights issue. In an open offer, shareholders can buy shares at a price lower than the current market price. The purpose of this offer is to raise funds effectively for the company.

  • This is also called a legal issue. Shareholders of an existing company are offered the right to purchase new shares at a price generally lower than the current market price to raise funds for the company.

Literal Meanings of Open Offer


Meanings of Open:
  1. Allow access to parts or views through uninterrupted or blocked free space.

  2. Face the wind or sight.

  3. With outer edge or open side.

  4. (Shops, entertainment venues, etc.) are available for eligible customers or visitors to the business.

  5. Available for free or with unlimited access.

  6. (Someone) is open and talkative, not subject to deception or closure.

  7. (In questions, issues or decisions) is not a definite solution, always out of the debate

  8. (Note) Comes from open wire or whistle.

  9. Let the (wire) vibrate along its length.

  10. (Circuit) which is an obstacle in the way of running.

  11. (Heads) with relatively wide mouth and low tongue.

  12. Move or adjust (doors or windows) to make room for access and visibility.

  13. Advanced request or application.

Sentences of Open
  1. The pass is open all year round with snow plows

  2. The grill was on fire

  3. The store is open until 9 p.m.

  4. This service is open to all students

  5. I am very open about my opinion

  6. Subject options may remain open for another year

  7. It provides a lot of information about the transfer of metals, such as: B The hand horns are played in different tones to reach the maximum open ends.

  8. You can learn how to use open strings to provide reference notes when playing the violin.

Synonyms of Open

unlatch, unfasten, outspoken, straightened out, unclick, on hand, unfold, available, on offer, open for business, unresolved, unlatched, unsettled, not afraid to call a spade a spade, unfurled, unbolted, up in the air, frank, not closed, unbar, unroll, unfolded, honest, candid, free-spoken, unbarred, spread out


Meanings of Offer:
  1. Presenting or proposing (to someone) to be accepted or rejected as (required).

  2. Expressing willingness to do or give something whenever you want.

Sentences of Offer
  1. May I buy you a drink?

  2. Mallory accepted the offer to buy him a drink

Synonyms of Offer

render, proposal, present, propose, approach, submission, proffer, extend, provide, advance, tender, recommend, propound, suggestion, come up with, overture, submit, proposition, give, suggest, put forward