Underbid meaning

ŭndər-bĭd
To bid lower than (a competitor).
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(games) To bid less than the full value of (one's hand) in bridge.
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To make an unnecessarily low bid.
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To bid lower than (another person)
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(bridge) To make a lower bid on (one's hand) than might validly be made.
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A bid that is lower than another or lower than might validly be made.
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To bid too low.
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To bid lower than another.
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(bridge) To bid less than the full value of a hand of cards.
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A bid that is lower than another.
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Origin of underbid

  • From under- +"Ž bid.

    From Wiktionary