bid

  核心词汇  
[bɪd]     [bɪd]    
  • v. (买方)出价;投标;吩咐;叫牌
  • n. 出价;努力;叫牌
bidder bade/bid bidden/bid bidding bids
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bid的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 投标,出价,喊价,竞买
  2. 嘱,命令,吩咐
  3. 表示(欢迎);告(别);赠(言)祝;祝;向(某人)问候、道别等
  4. 邀请
  5. 【桥牌】叫牌
  6. 企图;努力争取,企图获得
  7. 向...表示,告诉
  8. <美口>接纳...为成员
n. (名词)
  1. 出价,喊价
  2. 企图,努力,努力争取
  3. 投标
  4. 邀请
  5. 【牌】叫牌,有资格叫牌的一手牌,叫出的点数
  6. 提议
  7. 还价,递价
  8. 出价数目
  9. 出价的机会

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C]企图,努力 an attempt to get, win, or attract
  2. [C]喊价,出价,投标 an offer to pay a certain price at a sale, esp. at an auction; an offer to do some work at a certain price; tender
v. (动词)
  1. vt. & vi. 出价,投标 (at an auction sale) make an offer of money; put in a tender for
  2. vt. 命令; 吩咐 command; tell
  3. vt. 说问候话 say (as a greeting, etc.)

英英释义

Noun:
  1. an authoritative direction or instruction to do something

  2. an attempt to get something;

    "they made a futile play for power"
    "he made a bid to gain attention"

  3. a formal proposal to buy at a specified price

  4. (bridge) the number of tricks a bridge player is willing to contract to make

Verb:
  1. propose a payment;

    "The Swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting"

  2. invoke upon;

    "wish you a nice evening"
    "bid farewell"

  3. ask for or request earnestly;

    "The prophet bid all people to become good persons"

  4. make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands;

    "He called his trump"

  5. make a serious effort to attain something;

    "His campaign bid for the attention of the poor population"

  6. ask someone in a friendly way to do something

bid的用法和样例:

例句

用作动词 (v.)
  1. She bid 500 for the painting.
    她喊价500买这幅画。
  2. Several firms have bid for the contract to build the new concert hall.
    有几家公司投标,争取建造新音乐厅的合同。
  3. Several companies are bidding for the contract to build the bridge.
    有几家公司在投标争取承包建桥工程。
  4. Do as you are bidden.
    按照吩咐你的去做。
  5. I bid two hearts.
    我叫两红心。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He made a bid of 50 for a painting.
    他为一幅画出价50英镑。
  2. A bid higher than another bid.
    过高的出价比其它的价高的出价
  3. He failed in his bid to reach the summit.
    他攀登顶峰未能成功.
  4. He made a strong bid for the championship.
    他尽了最大的努力试图夺取冠军。
  5. It's your bid next.
    轮到你叫牌了。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. He made a bid for freedom by climbing over the wall.
    他企图翻越这面高墙以获得自由。
  2. It is a bid of 1000 dollars for the old book.
    这本旧书出价已达1000美元。
  3. Bids for building the bridge were invited from British and American firms.
    英国和美国的几家公司被邀来参加那座桥梁的投标。
  4. They brought in new tax laws in a bid to restore their popularity.
    他们提出了新税法,力求重新赢得人心。
用作动词 (v.)
用作不及物动词 S+~(+A)
  1. Is nobody else going to bid?
    再没有人出价了吗?
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. How much do you bid?
    你出多少钱?
S+~+that-clause
  1. Letters of her are read bidding that Eby meet her at London.
    她的信件全被宣读了,说是要伊比到伦敦去见她。
用作双宾动词 S+~+ pron./n. + n./pron.
  1. We bade him farewell.
    我们向他告别。
  2. She bade her mother goodbye.
    她向母亲道别。
  3. He bade me good morning as he passed.
    他走过时对我问了一声早安。
用作宾补动词 S+~+ n./pron. +to n./pron.
  1. She bade farewell to me.
    她向我告别。
S+~+ n./pron. +(to-) v
  1. He bid us keep in a ready posture.
    他嘱咐我们做好准备。
  2. He bade me come in.
    他叫我进去。
  3. You had better bid him (to) come at once.
    你最好叫他马上就来。
  4. I bade them (to) depart.
    我命令他们走开。
  5. He bade me (to) take care.
    他嘱咐我当心。
  6. The commander bade his men be undaunted in the face of perils.
    指挥员命令他的战士要临危不惧。
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  8. You are bid to set an example with your own conduct.
    你要以身作则。
  9. You are bid to take charge of these children.
    你要照看这些孩子。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
bid fair (v.+adv.)
    有…的可能 seem likely (to do sth)
    bid fair to-v

    He bids fair to be a popular author.

    他大有希望成为受人欢迎的作家。

    This plan bids fair to be a success.

    此项计划可望成功。

bid for (v.+prep.)
    靠许愿来获得(赞成、支持等) try to get (approval, support, etc.)
    bid for sth

    She bid frantically for the old chair.

    她发狂地喊出高价要买那把古老的椅子。

    A surprising number of people were bidding for those rather worthless things at the sale.

    拍卖那些没有什么价值的东西时,出价抢购者人数之多令人咋舌。

    bid sth for sth

    I bid 1000 dollars for that picture.

    我对那幅画出价1000美元。

    He bid a quarter of million pounds for the portrait.

    他对那幅肖像画出价25万英镑。

    bid for sth

    The Chinese climbers are determined to bid for the highest mountain in the world.

    中国登山运动员决心登上世界最高峰。

    Several companies are bidding for the contract to build the bridge.

    有几家公司正在投标争取承包建桥工程。

    bid for sth

    The politicians are bidding for our favour by making wild promises that they can't keep.

    政治家们为获取人们的支持而漫天许愿。

bid in (v.+adv.)
    在拍卖中出价竞买(自己的拍卖物) offer a price for (one's own goods) at an auction
    bid sth ⇔ in

    The painting failed to reach its agreed price, and was bid in at 4000 dollars.

    那幅画未能按议定的价格成交,物主出了4000美元的价钱把它留在自己手中。

bid on (v.+prep.)
    投标承包(某项工程) offer to do (a piece of work) at a certain price
    bid on sth

    How many firms bid on the contract to build the bridge?

    有多少家公司投标争取那座桥的营造权?

bid up (v.+adv.)
    在拍卖中哄抬物价 raise the price of (goods) at an auction
    bid sth ⇔ up

    The dealers bid up all the good pieces to keep out private buyers.

    商人们对拍卖中的好货竞出高价,以限制个人购买者。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • Britain's Bid for War-Plane Supremacy.

    出自:Punch
  • That's not a bid for pity, it's just telling you why I feel this way.

    出自: J. Van Druten
  • The two Earls were..bidden to be diligent.

    出自: E. A. Freeman
  • Just you go and do as I bid you.

    出自: L. M. Montgomery
  • Good Captain, bid the drums be silent.

    出自: W. H. Auden

bid的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. bid用作名词的基本意思是“企图,努力”,引申可作“喊价,出价,投标”解,常与介词for连用。有时可接动词不定式作定语。
v. (动词)
  1. bid作“出价,投标”解时,既可用作及物动词,也可用作不及物动词,其后常接介词for,其过去式和过去分词均同于原形bid; 作“命令; 吩咐”“说问候话”解时,是及物动词,其过去式可以是bade或bid,过去分词则为bidden或bid, bidden过去经常使用,现在则主要用在故事里。
  2. bid作“命令; 吩咐”解时,可接动词不定式作其宾语的补足语,且动词不定式多不带to,如果用于被动结构,则一定要把to加上。
  3. bid表示“向…致(问候或告别语)”时,其后可接双宾语,其间接宾语可以转化为介词to(不可为for)的宾语。
  4. bid后偶尔也可接从句,但从句中必须用虚拟语气。
  1. 从拍卖,竞拍的角度来讲,bid过去式与过去分词都是bid,但是从其他的角度来讲,过去式一般是bade,过去分词是bidden;
  2. Bid one go 现在已经不用于演讲时让某人走,但是文学上有时还会使用;
  3. bid通常加不定式要去to,但被动时要加to。

词义辨析

n. (名词)
bid, effort(s), endeavour(s), exertion(s), pain(s)
  • 这组词都可作“努力”解。其区别是:
  • effort(s)着重指动作的本身; endeavour(s)着重作出努力的认真和决心; exertion(s)着重于动作的积极性或剧烈性; bid着重于为达到某种企图而作出的努力; pain(s)侧重为完成某事花费气力。例如:
  • I will make a great effort to master English我会努力掌握英语。
  • The cabinet is making all possible endeavours to bring about national economic stabilization.政府内阁将尽最大努力使国家经济趋于稳定。
  • I was quite hot and tired after all my exertions.用力干后,我又热又累。
  • Our Department is making a bid for the interdepartmental basketball championship.我们系正力求夺取系际的篮球赛冠军。
  • For thirty years,Teacher Liu has been taking great pains in educating us.30年来,刘教员一直劳心努力地教育我们。
  • v. (动词)
    bid, command, order, tell
  • 这组词都有命令的意思。其区别是:
  • 1.order和bid是及物动词,而command和tell既可作及物动词,又可作不及物动词。
  • 2.order和command一般指上级命令下级; command是权力用语,更强调下命令的人有权威,特别指军官命令士兵; 而order却可以指某个人对他人下命令,如医生嘱咐病人; tell则多用于日常情况,“吩咐”的意味往往大于“命令”。
  • 3.bid态度并不十分强制; command却有“强迫”“命令”“必须服从”的意味; order语气比command弱,不那么正式; tell的语气则更弱。
  • 4.跟动词不定式的复合结构时, bid多不带to,而command和order则须保留to。
  • 5.order还可表示“次序”或“订货”的意思,而command和bid则没有此意。
  • 词源解说

    • ☆ 直接源自古英语的biddan,意为问,请求;最初源自原始日耳曼语的bidjan,意为请求。

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