Out-bid



[out-bid] /ˌaʊtˈbɪd/

verb (used with object), outbid, outbidden or outbid, outbidding.
1.
to outdo in ; make a higher bid than (another bidder).
/ˌaʊtˈbɪd/
verb -bids, -bidding, -bid, -bidden, -bid
1.
(transitive) to bid higher than; outdo in bidding
v.

1580s, from out (adv.) + bid (v.). Related: Out-bidding; out-bidden.

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