bidding /ˈbɪdɪŋ/


noun [ mass noun]

1. the offering of particular prices for something, especially at an auction.

other companies in the bidding include General Electric.
2. the prices offered during the course of bidding for something

the bidding rose to £280,000.
3. (in bridge and whist) the action of stating before play how many tricks one intends to make.
4. the ordering or requesting of someone to do something

women came running at his bidding

Balfour refused to do their bidding.

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