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Tender may refer to:
- Tender plants which cannot withstand freezing temperatures
- Tender (rail), a type of railroad car hauled immediately after the locomotive and used to carry fuel and water
- Water tender, fire truck tanker
- Buoy tender, used to maintain Aids to Navigation (Aton) including buoys
- Lighthouse tender, used to tend lighthouses and, later, buoys
- Destroyer tender
- Luxury yacht tender
- Seaplane tender
- Submarine tender
- Motor torpedo boat tender, used to service motor torpedo boats
- Ship's tender, used to transport people and supplies to and from a large ship
- Dive tender, another name for a diving support vessel
Business and finance
- Request for tender, a structured invitation to vendors for the supply of goods or services
- Tendering, or public procurement, a way in which bodies governed by public law buy what they need for their activities
- Legal tender, a term for currency
- Tender offer, used to propose a buyout of a public company
- Tender (Until the Violence Stops), London-based charity that works to prevent domestic and sexual violence
- Tender (film), a 2012 film starring Mark Conaghan
- Tender (album), a 2008 album by Wishbone Ash
- "Tender" (song) by Blur
- "Tender" (Feeder song) by Feeder
- Chicken tender
- All pages beginning with "Tender"
- All pages with titles containing "Tender"
- churro, a tender pastry popular in Spanish speaking countries.
- "Tenderly", song
- Tenderly (film), a 1968 film starring George Segal
- Tenderfoot (disambiguation)
- Tenderloin (disambiguation)
- Tenderness (disambiguation)
- Tendernob, area in San Francisco, California, US
- Tendre, fictional French country
- Tendrement, 2002 French pop music album by Lorie
- Tend (disambiguation)
- TenDRA, C/C++ compiler for POSIX-compatible operating systems, tender tiger
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