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    wash and offer

    What does washing and offering mean?

    And what does washed but not offered mean?


    Thanks

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    Re: wash and offer

    Quote Originally Posted by goodstudent View Post
    What does washing and offering mean?
    Context would help.

    It could be that you have just seen something like this:

    "Bring your car to Krettin's car wash and valeters. We are a professional car wash and offer a great service at very affordable prices."


    Thi,s of course, simply means, "We are a professional car wash establishment, and we offer a great service..."

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