underbid

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From under- +‎ bid.

Verb[edit]

underbid (third-person singular simple present underbids, present participle underbidding, simple past and past participle underbid)

  1. To bid too low.
  2. To bid lower than another.
  3. (bridge) To bid less than the full value of a hand of cards.

Noun[edit]

underbid (plural underbids)

  1. A bid that is lower than another.