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bid
'biːduː
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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An attempt to get something.
  2. The number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make.
  3. A formal proposal to buy at a specified price.
  4. An authoritative direction or instruction to do something.
(动) As a verb
  1. Ask for or request earnestly.
  2. Ask someone in a friendly way to do something.
  3. Invoke upon.
  4. Make a serious effort to attain something.
  5. Propose a payment.
  6. Make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands.
Hyphenationbid
Part of Speech(动) verb, (名) noun
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出价chūjiàto bid
招标zhāobiāoto invite bids
努力nǔlìgreat effort; to strive; to try hard
尝试chángshìto try; to attempt
命令mìnglìngto order; to command
吩咐fēnfùto tell; to instruct; to command
邀请yāoqǐngto invite; invitation
叫牌jiàopáito bid (bridge and similar card games)
投标tóubiāoto bid; to make a tender
竞价jìngjiàprice competition; bid (in an auction); to compete on price; to bid against somebody
要约yāoyuēto restrict; to agree to a contract; offer; bid
biāomark; sign; label; to mark with a symbol, label, lettering, etc.; to bear (a brand name, registration number etc); prize; award; bid; target; quota; (old) the topmost branches of a tree; visible symptom; measure word for military units
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