VS.

Outbid vs. Overbid

Published:

Outbidverb

(transitive) To bid more than (somebody else) in an auction.

Overbidverb

(intransitive) To make an excessively high offer to pay or accept a price.

Outbidverb

To exceed or surpass in bidding; to bid a higher price.

‘Prevent the greedy, and outbid the bold.’;

Overbidverb

(transitive) To outbid.

Outbidverb

bid over an opponent's bid when one's partner has not bid or doubled

Overbidverb

To announce a goal, before starting play, that exceeds the goal actually achieved.

ADVERTISEMENT

Outbidverb

bid higher than others

Overbidnoun

An excessively high offer to pay or accept a price.

Overbidnoun

(card games) The announcement of a goal, before starting play, that exceeds the goal actually achieved.

Overbidverb

To bid or offer beyond, or in excess of.

Overbidnoun

a bid that is higher than preceding bids

Overbidnoun

(bridge) a bid that is higher than your opponent's bid (especially when your partner has not bid at all and your bid exceeds the value of your hand)

ADVERTISEMENT

Overbidverb

to bid for more tricks than one can expect to win,

Overbidverb

bid more than the object is worth

Popular Comparisons

Latest Comparisons

Trending Comparisons