make an offer (to carry out work, supply goods, etc.) at a stated price
present for acceptance
not tough; delicate
painful when touched; sensitive
that might offend or hurt people
need handling carefully
"a tender heart"
"a tender smile"
"tender loving care"
"a tender mother"
"the tender spot on his jaw"
"at a tender age"
"a fond embrace"
"fond of his nephew"
"a tender glance"
"a warm embrace"
"tender green shoots"
"The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting"
We got out to the excavation site..in our twelve-man tender.
出自： M. Rule
Decided to invite tenders for the hull of the ship and her engines.
出自： L. T. C. Rolt
Simmer for 40 minutes, or until the carrots are tender.
Succulent cooked sausages and tender hams.
The meat..had been coarse and stringy..and it took long cooking to tender it.
出自： M. K. Rawlings
Had he twenty heads to tender down On twenty bloody blocks, he'd yield them up.
出自：Measure for Measure , Shakespeare
They are going to tender for the construction of a new motor-way.
Our firm has tendered for the construction of a new bridge.
我们公司已投标承建一座新的桥梁。 tender sth for sth
￡10 and ￡20 notes should not be tendered for bus fares.
I wish to tender him my thanks for his kindness.