I've found this sentence on alc.co.jp
and I am puzzled as to meaning this でも conveys. How does it differ from
This would be my first choice but which, according to Google, is used less often?
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This でも is used to mean "〜 or something", usually in regards to suggestions. It leaves room for other options.
- 食事でもどうですか → How about something to eat (or something else)?
- お茶にでもいかない？ → Would you like to go out for tea maybe?