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Sentence count:228+25 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: askcommanddirectenjoininstructinviteorderSimilar words: forbidMeaning: [bɪd]  n. 1. an authoritative direction or instruction to do something 2. an attempt to get something 3. a formal proposal to buy at a specified price 4. (bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make. v. 1. propose a payment 2. invoke upon 3. ask for or request earnestly 4. make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands 5. make a serious effort to attain something 6. ask someone in a friendly way to do something. 
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1 What am I bid ?
2 The company have abandoned their takeover bid.
3 Do as I bid you.
4 The takeover bid now looks unlikely to succeed.
5 She bid frantically for the old chair.
6 They put in a bid for the house.
7 I bid £2 000 for the painting.
8 The company successfully mounted a takeover bid in 1996.
9 He bid us keep in a ready posture.
10 He was a prime mover in the bid to get better pay for West Indian cricketers.
11 bid adieu to sb.
12 The Chinese climbers are determined to bid for the highest mountain in the world.
13 Speculation centred on a likely bid price of 380p a share.
14 Does not bid good-bye forever,( our hand connecting rod walks together.
15 He urged further interest rate cuts in a bid to kick-start the economy.
16 A German firm launched a takeover bid for the company.
17 Mourners gathered to bid farewell to the victims of the plane tragedy.
18 Thornbury has announced a takeover bid of a regional TV company.
19 The little girl bid her grannie good morning as she gets up in the morning.
20 He made a bid for freedom by climbing over the wall.
21 Her bid for re-election was unsuccessful.
22 She bid £10000for the painting.
23 He bid $5 for an old book.
24 Granada mounted a hostile takeover bid for Forte.
25 Hanson made an agreed takeover bid of £351 million.
26 She knew she couldn't afford it,( so she didn't bid.
27 Notts County Council is to cut 200 jobs in a bid to escape being rate-capped.
28 He was given the job as a reward for running a successful leadership bid.
29 They've upped the ante by making a $120 million bid to buy the company.
30 The Government has already closed down two newspapers in a bid to silence its critics.
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