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Synonyms for bid

Synonyms for bid

to request that someone take part in or be present at a particular occasion

Synonyms

to make an offer of

Synonyms

something offered

a spoken or written request for someone to take part or be present

Synonyms for bid

an authoritative direction or instruction to do something

an attempt to get something

a formal proposal to buy at a specified price

(bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make

ask for or request earnestly

make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands

make a serious effort to attain something

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ask someone in a friendly way to do something

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Neither Lowest nor Unique Bid Response: You will get this response if your bid is neither lowest nor unique.
US Senate lawmakers are to more closely examine potential airline mergers, including the hostile bid for Delta Air Lines by US Airways.
A seller notifies buyers of the products or services available, and buyers compete against each other in Web-based, realtime auctions, driving up the demand and prices as they bid.
Its Active Marketing Suite includes web analytics, site search, web content management and keyword bid management.
The winning bid will be the lowest amount that has been chosen by only one bidder.
The LIC BID includes all properties fronting Queens Plaza North and South from 21st Street to Queens Plaza East, and all properties along both sides of Jackson Avenue between 45th Avenue/Thomson Avenue and Queens Plaza.
Notices of the BID are typically sent to businesses in highly technical, arcane language.
Looking at the bid histories of completed auctions on eBay, two common properties of bidding strategies become quickly evident: First, a substantial fraction of (human or artificial) agents submit their bids in the closing seconds of an auction, a practice called sniping.
When TEC officials asked whether it would be a problem if they worked both for the school and submitted a Belmont bid, ``the Superintendent's Office stated it wouldn't be a problem and welcomed their participation,'' Mullinax said.
A guy was speeding on the GW Parkway to get a large bid to the CIA.
Several professional organizations, such as the National Association of Black Journalists and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, sponsor scholarship bid whist tournaments at their conferences.
It is termed a first-price auction because in the sale of one unit of good or security the award is made at the highest bid.
All of LLOG's 11 bids were on the Shelf with 10 bids in the High Island protraction area where LLOG has enjoyed previous exploration success and one bid in the West Cameron area.
Carriers would divest overlapping assets if bid succeeds, Parker says: US Airways and Delta Air Lines would need to divest assets in the Northeast if US Airways' hostile bid succeeds, US Airways CEO Doug Parker says.
New York City's Business Improvement Districts are elated after Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced several new initiatives aimed at strengthening the BID system.