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bid sth up

phrasal verb with bid uk   us   /bɪd/ verb (past tense and past participle bid)
if several ​peoplebid something up, they cause the ​price of it to ​rise by each ​offering to ​pay more for it: Multimillionaires often sit across the ​table from one another, both wanting the same ​property, and ​bidding up ​prices.
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