lowest bid


lowest bid
lowest financial offer

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • bid */*/ — I UK [bɪd] / US verb Word forms bid : present tense I/you/we/they bid he/she/it bids present participle bidding past tense bid past participle bid 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to offer a particular amount of money for something, for example at …   English dictionary

  • bid — bid1 [ bıd ] (past tense and past participle bid; present participle bidding) verb ** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to offer a particular amount of money for something, for example at an AUCTION (=an event where things are sold to the person… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bid — /bɪd/ noun 1. an offer to buy something at a specific price ♦ to make a bid for something to offer to buy something ● We made a bid for the house. ● The company made a bid for its rival. ♦ to make a cash bid to offer to pay cash for something ♦… …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • bid — /bɪd/ noun 1. an offer to buy something at a specific price. ⇒ takeover bid ♦ to make a bid for something to offer to buy something ● We made a bid for the house. ● The company made a bid for its rival. ♦ to make a cash bid to offer to pay cash… …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • bid bond — A bid performance bond consisting of a small percentage (1 3%) of the tender contract price, refunded to losers once the contract is awarded. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * bid bond bid bond ➔ bond * * * bid bond UK US noun [C] ► …   Financial and business terms

  • Bid whist — is a variant, played in the United States, of the classic card game, whist. As indicated by the name, bid whist adds a bidding element to the game that is not present in classic whist. It is generally accepted that the game of bridge came from… …   Wikipedia

  • bid — 1 / bid/ vb bid, bid·ding vt: to offer (a price) for payment or acceptance vi: to make a bid: state what one will pay or take in payment a contractor bidding for a job bid·der n bid 2 …   Law dictionary

  • bid and asked — ˌbid and ˈasked adjective FINANCE relating to the highest price a buyer is willing to pay and the lowest price a seller is willing to accept: • The OTC Bulletin Board will provide bid and asked quotes on the smaller stocks. * * * bid and asked UK …   Financial and business terms

  • bid and asked prices — bid and asked prices, (in stock market quotations) the highest price bid and the lowest price asked for securities that are not actively traded …   Useful english dictionary

  • bid-shopping — v. The legitimate practice whereby a general contractor, after being awarded a contract, tries to reduce his own costs by disclosing to interested subcontractors the lowest bids he received for subcontracts, and then inviting even lower bids.… …   Law dictionary