bid2 past tense and past participle bid, present participle bidding
1 [intransitive and transitive]BBT
to offer to pay a particular price for goods, especially in an auction
bid (somebody) something for something
She bid £100 for a Victorian chair.
What am I bid for lot 227? Shall we start at $500?
The two men ended up bidding against each other at the auction.
to offer to do work or provide services for a specific price, in competition with other offers
Three firms bid for the contract on the new buildings.
3 [intransitive and transitive]DGG
to say how many points you think you will win in a game of cards