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bid /bɪd/ noun [countable]
bid verb (past tense bade /bæd, beɪd/ or bid, past participle bid or bidden /ˈbɪdn/, present participle bidding)

Irregular Forms: (bade)(bidden)


پیشنهاد دادن ، پیشنهادمناقصه ، پیشنهادمزایده ، پیشنهاد (در مزایده و مناقصه) ، پیشنهاد مناقصه ، فرمودن ، امر کردن ، دعوت کردن ، پیشنهاد کردن ، توپ زدن ، خداحافظی کردن ، قیمت خریدرا معلوم کردن ، مزایده ، پیشنهاد ، عمران: پیشنهاد ، معماری: پیشنهاد ، قانون ـ فقه: پیشنهاد حراج ، پیشنهاد مزایده ، بازرگانی: پیشنهاد خرید ، به مناقصه یا مزایده گذاشتن ، پیشنهاد مزایده ، علوم نظامی: امر کردن
bid
[verb]
Synonyms:
- offer, proffer, propose, submit, tender
- say, call, greet, tell, wish
- tell, ask, command, direct, instruct, order, require
[noun]
Synonyms:
- offer, advance, amount, price, proposal, sum, tender
- attempt, crack (informal), effort, go (informal), stab (informal), try
Antonyms: forbid
Contrasted words: interdict, prohibit
Related Words: summon, request

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. bid1 W3 /bɪd/ noun [countable]

1. an offer to pay a particular price for something, especially at an auction
bid for
They put in a bid for the house.
the person who places the highest bid
We’ve made a bid of nearly £400 million for the company.
A takeover bid for the airline was launched today.

2. an offer to do work or provide services for a specific price
bid for
rival bids for the cleaning contract

3. an attempt to achieve or obtain something
bid for
a bid for power
a bid to do something
a desperate bid to free herself from a loveless marriage

4. a statement of how many points you hope to win in a card game

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. bid2 verb (past tense and past participle bid, present participle bidding)

1. [intransitive and transitive] to offer to pay a particular price for goods, especially in an auction
bid (somebody) something for something
She bid £100 for a Victorian chair.
What am I bid for lot 227? Shall we start at $500?
bid against
The two men ended up bidding against each other at the auction.

2. [intransitive] to offer to do work or provide services for a specific price, in competition with other offers
bid for
Three firms bid for the contract on the new buildings.

3. [intransitive and transitive] to say how many points you think you will win in a game of cards

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. bid3 verb (past tense bade /bæd, beɪd/ or bid, past participle bid or bidden /ˈbɪdn/, present participle bidding) literary

1. bid somebody good afternoon/good morning etc to greet someone

2. [transitive] to order or tell someone what to do
bid somebody (to) do something
The queen bade us enter.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

bid
noun
I. attempt
ADJ. successful | failed, unsuccessful | desperate | takeover
VERB + BID launch, make, mount A German firm launched a takeover bid for the company.
succeed in | fail in They failed in their bid to buy the holiday company.
BID + VERB succeed | fail
PREP. in a/the ~ He attacked his guards in a desperate bid for freedom.
~ by a bid by the president to boost his popularity
~ for This play was her last bid for recognition.
PHRASES a bid for freedom/power, a bid to escape

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bid
II. offer of a sum of money to buy sth
ADJ. high | low | opening | cash
VERB + BID make, put in, submit He made a cash bid for the company.
retract | call for, invite They have invited bids for the property.
increase, raise | accept
PREP. ~ by/from a £24-million bid by a rival football club
~ for a bid for the chair
~ of a bid of £100

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bid
verb
I. offer money for sth
PREP. against Two dealers bid against each other for the antique table.
for She bid £10,000 for the painting.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bid
II. offer to do work
ADV. successfully
PREP. for We have successfully bid for the contract.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

bid

put in a bid
A big property developer has put in a bid for the land.
place a bid
The gallery placed the highest bid of $2.5 million.
make a bid
Paramount made a bid for the film rights to the book.
accept a bid
The auctioneer may refuse to accept any bid below a certain price.
a high/low bid
There were several high bids for the painting.
an opening bid (=the first bid)
The opening bid was only $10.
a final bid
The unknown man was successful with a final bid of £9,500.
a takeover bid (=an offer to buy another company)
Staff are afraid that the takeover bid will threaten some of their jobs.
a hostile bid (=an offer to buy another company that does not want to be bought)
Airtours launched a £221m hostile bid for Owners Abroad.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BID
Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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