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rebid Line breaks: re¦bid
Pronunciation: /ˈriːbɪd/

Definition of rebid in English:

verb (rebids, rebidding; past and past participle rebid)

Pronunciation: also /riːˈbɪd/
[no object]
Bid again: the group can rebid after June 18
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  • A rail watchdog yesterday raised fears that the Government's decision to ask train operators to rebid for the Transpennine franchise will hit long-term investment in the route.
  • The US’ largest military and oil-services company sought on Tuesday to portray the Army's decision as an opportunity to derive more profit from work it chooses to rebid for.
  • Previous investors - French, Russian, or other - should get credit for money actually spent, which could be used to rebid on old or new reserves.


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A further bid: the group is inviting rebids for the contract his hand did not look right for a rebid in no trumps
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  • The process includes specific times for rebids and continues until bidding stops and an award is made.
  • As a result, another insider said the authority's decision to scrap the negotiations and put the scheme out to a rebid did not bode well for its future commitment to the partnering-type approach.
  • Although striking union members would be harmed by the rebid, the airline now seeks to impose it on its pilots.

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