counteroffer


coun·ter·of·fer

noun \-ˌ-fər, -ˌä-fər\

: an offer that is made by someone in response to a previous offer

Full Definition of COUNTEROFFER

:  a return offer made by one who has rejected an offer

Examples of COUNTEROFFER

  1. He turned down the deal and came back with a counteroffer asking for more money.

First Known Use of COUNTEROFFER

1788

Rhymes with COUNTEROFFER

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