an attempt to get, win, or attract
an offer to pay a certain price at a sale, esp. at an auction; an offer to do some work at a certain price; tender
(at an auction sale) make an offer of money; put in a tender for
say (as a greeting, etc.)
"they made a futile play for power"
"he made a bid to gain attention"
"The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting"
"wish you a nice evening"
"The prophet bid all people to become good persons"
"He called his trump"
"His campaign bid for the attention of the poor population"
Britain's Bid for War-Plane Supremacy.
That's not a bid for pity, it's just telling you why I feel this way.
出自： J. Van Druten
The two Earls were..bidden to be diligent.
出自： E. A. Freeman
Just you go and do as I bid you.
出自： L. M. Montgomery
Good Captain, bid the drums be silent.
出自： W. H. Auden
This plan bids fair to be a success.
A surprising number of people were bidding for those rather worthless things at the sale.
拍卖那些没有什么价值的东西时,出价抢购者人数之多令人咋舌。 bid sth for sth
I bid 1000 dollars for that picture.
He bid a quarter of million pounds for the portrait.
他对那幅肖像画出价25万英镑。 bid for sth
The Chinese climbers are determined to bid for the highest mountain in the world.
Several companies are bidding for the contract to build the bridge.
有几家公司正在投标争取承包建桥工程。 bid for sth
The politicians are bidding for our favour by making wild promises that they can't keep.