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If someone made an offer, what English word define such person?

Offerer?

The more the better.

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  • The more the better, I will find out which one is best suit – Sato Mar 17 '16 at 9:51
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Bidder is a term often used in professional contexts:

  • someone who ​offers to ​pay a ​particular ​amount of ​money for something:

    • In an ​auction, ​goods or ​property are ​sold to the ​highest bidder (= the ​person who ​offers the most ​money).

(Cambridge Dictionary)

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