[verb ree-bid; noun ree-bid] /verb riˈbɪd; noun ˈriˌbɪd/
verb (used with object), rebid, rebidding.
Bridge. to make a second in (a suit that one bid previously):
He opened a spade and then rebid spades on the three level.
to submit again for bids, as a work contract or project:
The state rebid the proposed road because the original bids were too high.
verb (used without object), rebid, rebidding.
Bridge. to make a second bid:
He had enough points to open the bidding but not enough to rebid after his partner’s pass.
Bridge. a second bid:
a rebid to keep the auction open.
[ree-burth, ree-burth] /riˈbɜrθ, ˈriˌbɜrθ/ noun 1. a new or second : the rebirth of the soul. 2. a renewed existence, activity, or growth; renaissance or revival: the rebirth of conservatism. /riːˈbɜːθ/ noun 1. a revival or renaissance: the rebirth of learning 2. a second or new birth; reincarnation n. 1812, “reincarnation;” 1833, “renewed life or […]
- Rear-view mirror
[reer-vyoo] /ˈrɪərˌvyu/ noun 1. a mirror mounted on the side, windshield, or instrument panel of an automobile or other vehicle to provide the driver with a of the area behind the vehicle. noun 1. a mirror on a motor vehicle enabling the driver to see traffic coming behind him or her
/riːˈbɜːθɪŋ/ noun 1. a form of psychotherapy in which the subject supposedly “relives” the experience of being born, in order to confront and overcome traumas and anxieties stemming from birth
[reer-vyoo] /ˈrɪərˌvyu/ noun 1. a mirror mounted on the side, windshield, or instrument panel of an automobile or other vehicle to provide the driver with a of the area behind the vehicle.