- an offer to make a specified number of points or to take a specified number of tricks.
- the amount of such an offer.
- the turn of a person to bid.
Idioms about bidpast bade or (Archaic) bad,past participle bid·den or bid,present participle bid·ding.
Origin of bid1
OTHER WORDS FROM bidbidder, noun
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH bidbidder , bitter
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Origin of b.i.d.
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How to use bid in a sentence
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John B. Stetson was born in 1830 in New Jersey, the son of a hat maker.
Just another example of a guy in a John B. Stetson hat saving the day.
I take calcium and vitamin D supplements, but prescription medications are generally only for women in menopause.
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Frequently they are found in alveolar arrangement, retaining the original outline of the alveoli of the lung (Fig. 4, b).
A was an Archer, who shot at a frog; B was a Butcher, and had a great dog.
C was a Captain, all covered with lace; D was a drunkard, and had a red face.
D'o l'on peut aussy veoir, quelle esperance il y a de planter une belle chrestient par tels evangelistes.
(b) Diseases of the stomach associated with deficient hydrochloric acid, as chronic gastritis and gastric cancer.
British Dictionary definitions for bid (1 of 2)
- an offer of a specified amount, as at an auction
- the price offered
- a statement by a buyer, in response to an offer by a seller, of the more favourable terms that would be acceptable
- the price or other terms so stated
- the number of tricks a player undertakes to make
- a player's turn to make a bid