BID

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Bid or BID may refer to:

Offer[edit]

  • An attempt or effort to achieve something
  • Automated bid managers, advertising tools used to manage budgets on pay per click campaigns
  • Bidding, making a price offer in an auction, stock exchange, or card games
  • Bid, in a financial market, the price a market maker will buy a commodity at to buy a product in such a way; see bid–offer spread
  • Bid manager, an executive sales role within an organization, responsible for managing bids
  • Bid price, a price offered for a good by a potential buyer or a price offered by a potential vendor to perform a specific job
  • Bid, a formal invitation to join a fraternity or sorority

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Science, medicine and technology[edit]

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