Pronunciation: /ˌəndərˈbid /(underbids, underbidding; past and past participle underbid) [with object]
1(In an auction or when seeking a contract) make a lower bid than (someone): they were underbid by competitors who charged less
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- He's talking about American workers being underbid in the global labor market.
- Their whole business model is about bringing in inexpensive foreign labor so they can underbid their rivals.
- This worsens the trade deficit and helps these companies underbid rivals.
Pronunciation: /ˈəndərˌbid /Back to top
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- The purchaser was Phelim Coyle from Cootehill, Co. Cavan who paid €13,200 to secure this heifer from many west of Ireland underbidders.
- The underbidders, including Paddy Kelly and Derek Quinlan, are expected to bid for the Berkeley Court and Montrose hotels, which the Jurys Doyle board has decided to place on the market.
- Sadly for Charles, his clients always tended to be underbidders in the great Victorian energy sell-off.
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