Definition of Tender:

  1. (Food) is easy to bite or not difficult to chew.

  2. Closed bid or bid documents in response to an RFQ containing detailed information about the terms and conditions of a possible agreement. See also takeover bid.

  3. Small boats are used to deliver ships or transport people off the coast.

  4. Unconditional cash offer (to meet a loan) or performance (to meet an obligation). A bid can save a bidder a penalty for non-payment or late payment and cannot be rejected by the desired party without a reason. See also payment offer.

  5. Any item or token (such as a coin or note) that is used to pay off or repay a loan. See also legal tender.

  6. Young, immature and weak.

  7. (From the boat) tilted or overturned in response to the wind.

  8. Show politeness and care or empathy.

  9. (Body part) sensitive to pain

Phonetic Pronunciation of Tender


Origin of word Tender

Late Middle English (in the sense ‘attendant, nurse’): from tend or shortening of attender (see attend).

Synonyms of Tender

Maudlin, Ruthful, Warm-hearted, Solicitous, Refrigerator car, Algetic, Receptive, Soul-stirring, Chore boy, Dish out, Touching, Covered waggon, Hostess, Weatherly, Usher, Easy, Presentation, Hurting, Boxcar, Bold, Give, Moving, Thoughtful, Pullman, Currency, Circumspect, Gracious, Underage, Youthful, Somber, Bestow, Sympathetic, Footboy, Yield, Sea-kindly, Local, Satisfy, Oversensitive, Amatory, Fiery, Submit, Subtle, Romantic, Wagon, Mollified, Emotionable, Agonizing, Growing, Feeling, Refined, Untrained, Confer, Proposal, Bestow on, Giving, Lovelorn, Diner, Unstable, Deal, Baggage car, Inexperienced, Ganymede, Painful, Orderly, Red, Thin-skinned, Sensible, Batman, Sympathetic, Sickly, Yeoman, Roomette, Decent, Troublesome, Stewardess, Easygoing, New-fledged, Rain, Kind-hearted, Mete, Suggest, Considerate, Sober, Recompense, Waggon, Eatable, Warm, Humane, Compensation, Naive, Innocent, Hebe, Unwell, Shaky, Remunerate, Dole, Warm, Raw, Languishing, Christlike, Warmhearted, Kindly-disposed, Intact, Complaisant, Husbandly, Lovesome, Gloss, Proposition, Aching, Seaworthy, Maternal, Light, Maternal, Young, Kind, Sad, Guerdon, Tricky, Ailing, Fond, Soft, Serve, Conjugal, Burning, Launch, Pay by installments, Gift, Irritated, Donate, Moderate, Copyboy, Passenger car, Squire, Pose, Mild, Vernal, Airline hostess, Minor, Bills, Pitying, Softhearted, Unlicked, Fork out, Mail car, Mawkish, Ingenuous, Hold forth, Callow, Office girl, Vouchsafe, Help to, Easily chewed, Bellboy, Smarting, Compassionate, Stiff, Flatcar, Oversensible, Amorous, Sleeper, Carriage, Dispense, Attendant, Shower, Prefer, Nonresistive, Merciful, Melting, Dinghy, Bellhop, Snug, Uninitiated, New, Sore, Sensitive, Filial, Sympathizing, Dole out, Present, Fee, Difficult, Forgiving, Grant, Pearly, Passionate, Iridescent, Christian, Afford, Car, Chafed, Bleeding, Railway car, Prepay, Fatherly, Reward, Raw, Cabin boy, Hyperesthetic, Anaphylactic, Good, Put forward, Festering, Lax, Watertight, Offer, Benevolent, Dining car, Day coach, Kindly, Tender-hearted, Touchy, Rankling, Kind, Ticklish, Edible, Parental, Bootblack, Faithful, Adoring, Payment, Mellowy, Cash, Hold out, Lovesick, Compensate, Communicate, Impressionable, Prickly, Caboose, Caddie, Coach, Soft-hued, Reefer, Undeveloped, Tactful, Pay, Office boy, Nacreous, Deal out, Errand girl, Allow, Issue, Indemnify, Brotherly, Unseasoned, Simple, Remit, Boat, Page, Bellman, Heap, Cautious, Kindly, Smoker, Wifely, Soothing, Skittish, Dangerous, Young, Empathetic, Not tough, Unfledged, Immature, Feeble, Soft-hearted, Overrefined, Gofer, Subdued, Smoking car, Soft-colored, Benevolent, Lavish, Coal car, Uxorious, Impubic, Truck, Humane, Tolerant, Caring, Edible, Put up, Accord, Itchy, Gentle, Inflamed, Clement, Gift with, Devoted, Painful, Softened, Pale, Regardful, Soft as putty, Chafed, Attentive, Vehicle, Parlor car, Sore, Gentle, Fragile, Chewable, Render, Frail, Condolent, Eggshell, Chair car, Mother-of-pearl, Bid, Accepting, Steward, Luggage van, Unadult, Award, Benignant, Inflamed, Irritable, Money, Impassioned, Feeling, Let have, Snow, Goosy, Pay on, Give freely, Benign, Stirring, Chewable, Mail van, Mete out, Trainbearer, Shell out, Pour, Demonstrative, Dainty, Allergic, Tetchy, Patient, Set before, Fit for sea, Ripening, Mellow, Charitable, Slip, Administer, Semigloss, Curious, Angry, Loving, Hypersensitive, Gig, Red, Vulnerable, Dewy, Nonrigid, Warm-hearted, Budding, Overtender, Drawing room, Purpose, Sappy, Give out, Passible, Sweet, Unmellowed, Careful, Impart, Patinaed, Virginal, Juvenile, Waterproof, Creamy, Juicy, Paternal, Fraternal, Specie, Nervous, Commiserative, Poignant, Green, Tingling, Sensitive, Unripe, Susceptible, Yielding, Boots, Gondola, Galled, Unsound, Motherly, Proffer, Hyperpathic, Good-natured, Supersensitive, Generous, Empathic, Quiet, Infirm, Human, Skiff, Heartfelt, Emotional, Palace car, Propose, Forbearant, Nice, Youthful, Tank, Christly, Weak, Forbearing, Tenderhearted, Understanding, Provocative, Whisper-soft, Heedful, Pastel, Van, Advance, Opalescent, Delicate, Errand boy, Unformed, Eatable, Affectionate, Kindhearted, Airline stewardess, Cupbearer, Salary, Pullman car, Mindful, Mild, Extend, Hand out, Allot, Compassionate, Flat, Stockcar, Sentimental, Lenient, Soft, Responsive, Caring

How to use Tender in a sentence?

  1. Peanuts are soft.
  2. The skin of his arm was pale and smooth.
  3. I hope the boat gets a little softer when the wind blows.
  4. We can use the money in the store. They only accept official offers for your purchased products, such as cash.
  5. Five o'clock
  6. When people sell goods or services, they need a legal tender to complete the sale.
  7. He is very kind and comfortable.

Meaning of Tender & Tender Definition