bid

suomi-englanti sanakirja

bid englannista suomeksi

  1. pyrkimys, pyrkiminen, yritys

  2. kilpailla, tehdä tarjous, tarjota

  3. kehottaa

  4. pyytää

  5. kehotus

  6. toivottaa, jättää, lausua

  7. tarjous

  8. käskeä

  9. pyrkiä jhk, yrittää

  1. pyytää, käskeä

  2. kutsua

  3. toivottaa

  4. tarjota, tehdä tarjous

  5. tarjota

  6. tarjous

  7. Verbi

  8. Substantiivi

bid englanniksi

  1. To issue a command; to tell.

  2. ''He bade me come in.''

  3. 1596-97, (w), ''The Merchant of Venice'', Act II, Scene V:

  4. ''Shylock'': ... Why Jessica, I say!
    ''Launcelot'': Why, Jessica!
    ''Shylock'': Who bids thee call? I do not bid thee call.
    ''Launcelot'': Your worship was wont to tell me that I could do nothing without bidding.
  5. To invite; to summon.

  6. ''She was bidden to the wedding.''

    ''Jessica'': Call you? What is your will?
    ''Shylock'': I am bid forth to supper, Jessica: / ... But wherefore should I go? / I am not bid for love; they flatter me;
  7. To utter a greeting or salutation.

  8. 1596-97, (w), ''The Merchant of Venice'', Act I, Scene III:

  9. ''Portia'': If I could bid the fifth welcome with so good heart as I / can bid the other four farewell, I should be glad of his / approach; ...
  10. To make an offer to pay or accept a certain price.

  11. ''Have you ever bid in an auction?''

  12. To offer as a price.

  13. ''She bid £2000 for the Persian carpet.''

  14. To make an attempt.

  15. ''He was bidding for the chance to coach his team to victory once again.''

  16. To announce (one's goal), before starting play.

  17. To proclaim (a bede, prayer); to pray.

  18. 1590, Edmund Spendser, ''The Faerie Queene'', I.x:

  19. All night she spent in bidding of her bedes, / And all the day in doing good and godly deedes.
  20. An offer at an auction, or to carry out a piece of work.

  21. ''His bid was $35,000.''

    ''a bid for a lucrative transport contract''

  22. A (failed) attempt to receive or intercept a pass.

  23. ''Nice bid!''

  24. An attempt, effort, or pursuit (of a goal).

  25. ''Their efforts represented a sincere bid for success.''

    ''She put in her bid for the presidency.''

    ''He put in his bid for office.''

  26. {{quote-journal|en|date=May 13, 2012

  27. 1967, (w) and (w), ''(w)'', May 1976 (w) edition, (ISBN), page 16:

  28. Running, Doyle had passed up a dozen chances to go underground. He was swinging east again making another bid for Arcade.
  29. to pray

  30. wicker, osier

  31. bite (act of biting)

  32. bit, morsel

  33. bite, mouthful

  34. (imperative of)

  35. (nl-verb form of)

  36. (infl of)

  37. genus

  38. sort; kind; type

  39. race

  40. (inflection of)