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To make, or put up, an offer (especially money) in exchange for something
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“There is a certain kind of woman who will bid a lot of money to have lunch with me.”
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To command or order (someone) to do something
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“When he reached the top step, he stopped and waited for one of the lairds to bid him to come forward.”
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To make a request to someone
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“I will bid him to do good, and he shall not gainsay me.”
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To make an effort or attempt to do or achieve something
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“I will bid to say some words on both of these points.”
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To bestow a thought, gesture or greeting
“It's time to bid everyone farewell as I depart these shores for a nice holiday in the South of France.”
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To advise earnestly
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To order (someone) to be present or to go to a given location
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To have made a request, or demand, of someone
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To state a price for goods or a job of work
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To have invited someone somewhere
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To apply for a job, role or position
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To defy or challenge someone to do something
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To bestow legal or official authority to
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To move one's hand as a signal
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Appear attractive or inviting
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To engage in a competition or contest
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An attempt or effort to achieve something
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“Pfetzer's bid for the summit was cut short by bad weather.”
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An offer, especially of money at an auction
“Clayton made a bid of $40 per share for all outstanding shares.”
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An amount offered, especially of money at an auction
“In 2005, Congress managed to block a bid of over 18 billion dollars made by the Chinese oil company CNOOC on their American rival Unocal.”
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An idea or plan that has been submitted for consideration
“Companies will have to spend a lot of time and effort in submitting a detailed bid for big contracts.”
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The action of imploring
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A written or verbal request inviting someone to go somewhere or to do something
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A belief that one supports
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A sudden strong demand for a commodity
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