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bid

n. an offer to purchase with a specific price stated. It includes offers during an auction in which people compete by raising the bid until there is no more bidding, or contractors offer to contract to build a project or sell goods or services at a given price, with usually the lowest bidder getting the job. (See: contract)

bid

noun advance, approach, estimate, licitatio, offer, offered price, overture, presentation, price, proffer, proposal, proposition, quotation, quoted price, submission, tender
Associated concepts: auction sale, bid bond, bid in, bid off, bidder, competitive bidding, proposal, upset bid, with reserve, without reserve
See also: appeal, application, assign, call, command, detail, dictate, direct, endeavor, enforce, enjoin, impose, insist, instruct, invitation, invoke, mandate, offer, order, overture, petition, pray, prescribe, proffer, propose, proposition, request, summon, summons, writ

BID, contracts. A bid is an offer to pay a specified price for an article about to be sold at auction. The bidder has a right to withdraw his bid at any time before it is accepted, which acceptance is generally manifested by knocking down the hammer. 3 T. R. 148; Hardin's Rep. 181; Sugd. Vend. 29; Babington on Auct. 30, 42; or the bid may be withdrawn by implication. 6 Penn. St. R. 486; 8, Id. 408. Vide 0@ffer.

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