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noun
the lowest price at which a person is permitted to bid for something being sold at auction.
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Origin of upset price

First recorded in 1805–15
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British Dictionary definitions for upset price

upset price
/ (ˈʌpˌsɛt) /

noun
another name (esp Scot, US, and Canadian) for reserve price
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