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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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Already Lowest Unique Bid Response: You will get this response if the bid you have sent earlier is already Lowest Unique.
The evening shift commander returned from a meeting to find a note from the chief requesting that he immediately prepare a sealed bid for 10 new, front-wheel drive, 4-door patrol cars.
And the good news is that it is the LOWEST UNIQUE bid, which gets the auction 'lot'.
David Brause, Chairman of the BID and Vice President of Brause Realty Inc.
BIDS are essentially perpetual since it is rarely worthwhile for any individual business to expend the energy to oppose bureaucratic entrenchment.
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.
In addition to PrimeSite's automated data mapping with Timberline Estimating, both PrimeSite and JobSite, IronSpire's ready-to-use project management system, have been enhanced to offer IronSpire Bid Management.
31 report concluded the ``appearance'' of a conflict at a minimum did exist, because TEC employee Jeff Baize appeared to have worked for the district on property acquisition projects while working on TEC's Belmont bid.
Miller's rule #14, throw all USPS bids in the trash.
The pooling of bids is a service provided by dealers, who collect customer business and place largescale orders.
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.
There are 44 BIDs in New York City, 19 of which are already requesting increased assessments from property owners.
Now the powers that be, to make up for FACNET, intend to have all agencies use an automated system as described in the Federal Register of May 16 and the CBD will go away for bids above $25,000.
By throwing out the bids, the city of Los Angeles has lost millions of dollars and passed up an opportunity to renovate the Greek Theatre into a cultural icon of Los Angeles.
It was this initial check of bids submitted for the February 1991 five-year auction that we now know began the unraveling of Salomon's improper bidding activities.