Bidder - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈbɪdər|  American pronunciation of the word bidder
Brit.  |ˈbɪdə|  British pronunciation of the word bidder

noun

- someone who makes an offer
- someone who makes a bid at cards

Examples

I'll bid $100 for the lamp but no higher.

He plans to stop bidding if the bids go over $500.

She bid for a desk and a chair.

Several local companies are bidding for the same job.

His company bid on the snow removal contract.

He bid and I passed.

We did as we were bid .

Bids for the painter's work have been quite high at recent auctions.

She had the highest bid.

He made a bid of $100 for the painting.

He made the opening bid.

The company is accepting bids for the renovation project.

The antiques will be sold to the highest bidder (=the person who offers to pay the most).

one of 13 bidders for the contract

The company is awarding the contract to the lowest bidder.

Word forms

noun
singular: bidder
plural: bidders
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