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"He was soliciting mineral water to offices in the nearby district." Is it OK with the context? I looked up in a dictionary that one of the defenitions is sell goods by offering them to other people.
"He went to a bar for a couple of drinks that night. He was talking to a good-looking lady when he was busted by police. They thought he was soliciting a prostitute."
Can we say the following thing?
"He went to the Governor's office to solicit financial aid to fight the aftermath of the tornado." OK?
Last edited by ostap77; 05-Nov-2010 at 11:40.