From OF. tendre#French|tendre, from L. tenerem.
- Sensitive or pain|painful to be touched.
#: Be careful, that area is tender. - Mike Meyers as the voice of the title character in the movie Shrek.
- Of food, soft and easily chewed.
#: The matrix is telling my brain this steak is tender, succulent and juicy. - Joey Pantolino in the movie ''The Matrix'.'
- Fond, loving, gentle, sweet
#: Suzanne was such a tender and sweet woman to her children.
tender loving care, TLC
trans-top|fond, loving, gentle, sweet
Czech: nÄÅ¾nÃ½ m
Arabic: ARchar|ØºØ¶ unicode|(ÄaÉÉ)
Chinese: å«©ç (nÃ¨nde)
Danish: Ã¸m (1); mÃ¸r (2)
Dutch: mals (2)
Finnish: hellÃ¤ (1), murea (2)
German: empfindlich (1), weich (2) , zart (2)
Italian: tenero m, tenera f
Japanese: æãããª (ãããããª, yawarakana)
Korean: ì°í (yeonhan)
Russian: Ð½ÐµÐ¶Ð½ÑÐ¹ (nÃ©Å¾nyj)
Scottish Gaelic: bog#Scottish Gaelic|bog, caomh, maoth, sÃ¨amh, tlÃ th
Swedish: Ã¶m (1); mÃ¶r (2)
Telugu: à°²à±à°¤ (laeta)(2)
- A means of payment such as a check or cheque, cash or credit card.
#: Your credit card has been declined. You need to provide some other tender such as cash.
- Law A formal offer of payment.
#: We will submit our tender to you within the week.
- A railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel.
- nautical A naval ship that functions as a mobile base for other ships.
#: submarine tender
#: destroyer tender
- nautical A boat used for transportation between a ship and shore.
trans-top|means of payment
Danish: betalingsmiddel n
Italian: valuta, moneta
trans-top|an offer to buy or sell something
Italian: gara d'appalto, offerta
trans-top|fuel-carrying railroad car
trans-top|ship functioning as mobile base for other ships
trans-top|a boat used for transportation btw a ship and the shore
From MF. tendre#Verb|tendre.
- formal To offer, to give.
#:* tender one's resignation
#* 1864 November 21, Abraham Lincoln (signed) or John Hay, letter to Mrs. Bixby in Boston
#*: I cannot refrain from tendering to you the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the Republic they died to save.
- To offer a payment, as at sales or auctions
- to spread, to stretch out
- to lay (cable)
- to make (a bed)
- to hang up (clothes)
- to build (a bridge across an expanse)
- to extend (the hand)
- to floor (with a punch), to stretch out
- to cast (a net)
- to set (a trap)
- to coat (with plaster)
- intransitive|lang=es to tend, to have a tendency
Category:Spanish verbs ending in -er