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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To issue a command to; direct.
- verb-transitive: To utter (a greeting or salutation).
- verb-transitive: To invite to attend; summon.
- verb-transitive: Games To state one's intention to take (tricks of a certain number or suit in cards): bid four hearts.
- verb-transitive: To offer or propose (an amount) as a price.
- verb-transitive: To offer (someone) membership, as in a group or club: "glancing around to be sure that he had been bid by a society that he wanted” ( Louis Auchincloss).
- verb-intransitive: To make an offer to pay or accept a specified price: decided not to bid on the roll-top desk.
- verb-intransitive: To seek to win or attain something; strive.
- noun: An offer or proposal of a price.
- noun: The amount offered or proposed: They lost the contract because their bid was too high.
- noun: An invitation, especially one offering membership in a group or club.
- noun: Games The act of bidding in cards.
- noun: Games The number of tricks or points declared.
- noun: Games The trump or no-trump declared.
- noun: Games The turn of a player to bid.
- noun: An earnest effort to win or attain something: made a bid for the presidency.
- phrasal-verb: bid in To outbid on one's own property at an auction in order to raise the final selling price.
- phrasal-verb: bid out To offer (work) for bids from outside contractors.
- phrasal-verb: bid up To cause (a price) to rise by increasing the amount bid: bid up the price of wheat.
- idiom: bid defiance To refuse to submit; offer resistance to.
- idiom: bid fair To appear likely.
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