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For example, some people have offered me price, and I am waiting for last person

so I tell him

Can you offer your price quickly? Because I have some offers on hold, that I have to reply to those people.

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You can say "on hold" here, yes.

You can also use "at hand" or any other expression that conveys you have offers lying around that are pending.

Side note: I'd suggest s/that I have to reply to [...]/and I have to reply to [...]/.

  • Handy means useful; at hand means near by. Neither is a synonym for pending. – deadrat Jul 27 '16 at 7:37
  • You wouldn't say "I have some offers handy". – Max Williams Jul 27 '16 at 7:37

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