Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • intransitive verb To hold an auction for (a contract) again.
  • intransitive verb Games To bid (a previously bid suit) again in bridge.
  • intransitive verb To bid again.

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  • verb To bid again on something.
  • verb To require a new set of bids.
  • verb bridge To bid a higher value of the current suit.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ bid

Examples

  • The four commissioners who approved the rebid were the same four who took calls from Russell Weaver, a manager for the Cantonment paving company.

    PNJ - News

  • You can rebid three spades, giving partner room to cue-bid.

    Bridge

  • Now, because of the quashing of that contract and the need to rebid the job, the Corps dolefully reports the project may be delayed by a year.

    Harry Shearer: "Katrina" Plus Six

  • Now, because of the quashing of that contract and the need to rebid the job, the Corps dolefully reports the project may be delayed by a year.

    Harry Shearer: "Katrina" Plus Six

  • Now, because of the quashing of that contract and the need to rebid the job, the Corps dolefully reports the project may be delayed by a year.

    Harry Shearer: "Katrina" Plus Six

  • A rebid of two diamonds is possible though that action would suggest a longer suit.

    Bridge

  • A few experts would have rebid three clubs freely as North.

    Bridge

  • Could this cause a complete rebid by the 3 companies involved?

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  • You open one heart, your partner bids two clubs, you rebid two hearts and he tries three diamonds.

    Bridge

  • Now, because of the quashing of that contract and the need to rebid the job, the Corps dolefully reports the project may be delayed by a year.

    Harry Shearer: "Katrina" Plus Six

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