To make an offer to pay or accept a certain price. (verb)
To offer as a price. (verb)
To make an attempt. (verb)
To announce (one's goal), before starting play. (verb)
To proclaim (a bede, prayer); to pray. (verb)
An offer at an auction. (noun)
A (failed) attempt to receive or intercept a pass. (noun)
An attempt, effort, or pursuit (of a goal). (noun)
To issue a command; to tell. (verb)
To invite; to summon; to offer. (verb)
To utter a greeting or salutation. (verb)
Examples of word bid
Not that Iâ€™m planning to bid, but: if I *bid* $2,500 â€“ or $25,000 â€“ and no-one else raises the ante above $2,025.01, presumably Iâ€™d win at $2,050 or so.
The fact that these three different techniques yield such similar results suggests that awareness of Murkowski's write-in bid is high and her support is solidifying.
Juan Martin Del Potro to mount another title bid and it is likely to prove a stretch too far for Mardy Fish, while dangerous floaters Ernests Gulbis and Milos Raonic will fall short.
The class of 2008 appeared to be ready to conquer the world but victory in Milan came amid a dramatic implosion of their title bid before Liverpool advanced to the semi-finals in Europe on a spectacular night at Anfield.
Looking back over the history of the Chase since it began in 2004 shows that while the first race of the Chase doesn't win a championship, it can certainly end a title bid for drivers that get into a hole early.