underbid[un′dər bid′; for n. un′dər bid′]
verbun·der·bid, un·der·bid·ding, un·der·bids
- To bid lower than (a competitor).
- Games To bid less than the full value of (one's hand) in bridge.
(third-person singular simple present underbids, present participle underbidding, simple past and past participle underbid)
- To bid too low
- To bid lower than another
- (bridge) To bid less than the full value of a hand of cards
- A bid that is lower than another.
From under- +â€Ž bid.
Variant of underbid
intransitive verbunderbid, underbidding
- to bid lower than (another person)
- to bid less than the worth of (a thing, as one's hand in bridge)