bids

All Noun Verb
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  • The player that bids the most for a given country plays that country.
  • Many people made bids to buy the building, two of whom were friends.
  • Players simply voice their bids, and talking during games is allowed in a general sense.
  • The purpose of some early bids may be to exchange information rather than to set the final contract.
  • Each district is free to decide how these bids will be awarded to teams within each district.
  • No school can earn more than eight bids to the national field.
  • Although he won a large number of contracts, his bids were not always successful.
  • A major figure in the party, he was twice defeated in bids for the party leadership.
  • Each player, in turn, bids the number of tricks they believe they can win.
  • Twenty-one states did not have any teams receiving bids.
  • Also, bids may be made with signals instead of being called out.
  • The force actually deployed will be the unit commander who bids the least amount of forces.
  • Each player now bids for the number of tricks he believes he can win.
  • Each player bids the amount of tricks he or she will win.
  • He also wants to give small businesses several years to pay off their auction bids.
  • Bids are made and accepted by a single player, but the scoring is made by the team.
  • On the right he bids her farewell in the same manner in front of his palace.
  • In the first three years, strong teams that won bids have declined to participate.
  • If someone bids, then subsequent players can either pass or bid higher.
  • Bids can be freely combined as long as they make sense, as shown on the figure.
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Root form of bids is bid for both verb and noun.

Words starting with bids

Meaning of bids

  • noun An attempt to get something
    they made a futile play for power, he made a bid to gain attention
  • noun A formal proposal to buy at a specified price
  • noun (bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make
  • verb Ask for or request earnestly
    The prophet bid all people to become good persons
  • verb Make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands
    He called his trump
  • verb Make a serious effort to attain something
    His campaign bid for the attention of the poor population