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bid

noun [C] (OFFER) 出價     /bɪd/
an offer of a particular amount of money for something which is for sale 出價,喊價 I made a bid of $150 for the painting. 我出價150美元買這幅畫。 She made/put in a bid of £69 000 for the flat, which was accepted. 她為這個單位出價69000英鎊,並以這出價達成了交易。 Buying
an offer to do something when you are competing with other people to do it 投標,競價 [+ to infinitive] Sydney made a successful bid to host the Olympic Games. 雪梨成功取得了奧運會申辦權。 I gave the job to the contractors who made/gave the lowest bid (= who offered to do the work for the lowest amount of money). 我將這項工程給了投標出價最低的承包商。 Competing and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sport
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