verb (used with object), underbid, underbidding.
to bid less than (another bid) or less than the bid of (another bidder), especially in seeking a contract to be awarded to the lowest bid or bidder; make an offer at a lower price than.
Cards. to bid less than the value or worth of (a contract or hand).
verb (used without object), underbid, underbidding.
to bid lower than another or too low for the value of something.
verb (transitive) -bids, -bidding, -bid
to submit a bid lower than that of (others): Irena underbid the other dealers
to submit an excessively low bid for
(bridge) to make a bid that will win fewer tricks than is justified by the strength of the hand: he underbid his hand
noun, Dentistry. 1. occlusion in which the lower incisor teeth overlap the upper. underbite un·der·bite (ŭn’dər-bīt’) n. Malocclusion in which the lower teeth overlap the upper teeth.
noun 1. a bodice worn under an outer bodice.
noun, plural underbodies. 1. the bottom or underneath part, as of a mechanism or animal: the underbody of a tank. 2. Nautical. the portion of a hull that is normally underwater. noun (pl) -bodies 1. the underpart of a body, as of an animal or motor vehicle
noun 1. a lesser or minor boss, often the second in command, as in an underworld hierarchy.