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verb /bid/
(past tense, past participle bid) to offer (an amount of money) at an auction
pujar, hacer una oferta
John bid ($1,000) for the painting.
(with for) (past tense, past participle bid) to state a price (for a contract)
hacer una oferta de adquisición; hacer una licitación
My company is bidding for the contract to build the new road.
(past tense bade /bӕd/; past participle bidden) (literary) to tell (someone) to (do something)
pedir, rogar
He bade me enter.
(past tense bade /bӕd/; past participle bidden) (literary ) to express a greeting etc (to someone)
dar
He bade me farewell.
bidder noun
postor, pujador, licitador
The painting will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
bidding noun
puja, oferta; orden
Bidding for the vase began at £25.
biddable adjective (formal) obedient
obediente
a biddable child.
(Definition of bid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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