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bid

1. Commerce
a. a statement by a buyer, in response to an offer by a seller, of the more favourable terms that would be acceptable
b. the price or other terms so stated
2. Bridge
a. the number of tricks a player undertakes to make
b. a player's turn to make a bid

Bid

A complete and properly signed proposal to do all or part of the work for the sum stipulated in the bid; supported by data called for by the bidding requirements.

bid

[bid]
(engineering)
An estimate of costs for specified construction, equipment, or services proposed to a customer company by one or more supplier or contractor companies.

bid

1. An offer to perform the work described in a contract at a specified cost.
2. A complete and properly signed proposal to do the work, 1 or designated portion thereof for the sums stipulated therein, supported by data called for by the bidding requirements.
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"Louie is a biddable gun dog but he is also an eager and dedicated hunting dog that needs to maintain lines of communication with me."
According to numerous trainers, the Lagotto is a smart, biddable dog that loves the water, and loves to dig due to its nature as a scent retriever.
Nancy Czesak, RA, first vice president, Tishman Construction Corporation, an AECOM company, spoke of some of Tishman's major current biddable projects: the expansion and renovation of the Javits Center; preconstruction for Cornell's NY Tech campus on Roosevelt Island; the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site ; the International Gem Tower; the Baccarat Hotel; Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business; The New School University Center; and Carnegie Hall.
When they reach the railway station Cecily selects one of the evacuees (as she might a pet) to take with them--but May is not the biddable companion she envisaged, and her maturity and good sense commend her to Uncle Peregrine.
But storm clouds are gathering in Europe, and servants are no longer biddable and cheap.
Storm clouds are gathering in Europe and servants are no longer biddable and cheap.
"Sometimes it is necessary to climb the mountain of conflict," says a cowardly and biddable junior minister in a street interview with a herd of journos.
The 2009 Policy assures the E&P Companies with a higher return in terms of their gas prices which they had been agitating since December 2004, the disputed biddable gas price gradient factor has been eliminated and the bids will be evaluated on the basis of best work programme.
A typically caustic insight has a new mother, left alone with her newborn in the hospital, checking her watch again and again for the time when the nurse will come and free her from her infant: "She felt, to her shame, that he was a piece of hospital property that had been dumped on her and abandoned--they would never come to take him away." The array of acute portraits--ice maiden Lakey, chubby, genial heiress Pokey, sexless bluestocking Helena, and biddable, earnestly leftist Priss--give the book its lasting appeal.
The report said: "At first sight this data is disturbing in that they seem to support the view these schools have exploited their freedom to recruit affluent and more biddable pupils."
But he was at his most biddable here and there was even a suggestion that Manning had to shake the reins at him after a few strides to make him go about his work in pursuit of the trailblazing Upton Grey.