counter-bid

counter-bid
counter-bid, -bidding etc.:

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  • counter-bid — UK US (also counterbid) noun [C] (also counter offer) COMMERCE, FINANCE ► a situation in which someone offers to pay more than someone else for a company, property, etc.: »The market is hoping for either a raised offer for the company or a… …   Financial and business terms

  • counter bid — ➔ bid1 …   Financial and business terms

  • counter-offer — ˈcounter ˌoffer noun [countable] FINANCE an offer that is higher than a previous one, for example when more than one company is trying to take control of another company: • Celebrity voted to accept the RCI bid, despite a counter offer of $525… …   Financial and business terms

  • bid — An expression indicating a desire to buy a commodity at a given price, opposite of offer. Chicago Board of Trade glossary The request to buy a futures contract at a specified price; the opposite of offer. The CENTER ONLINE Futures Glossary bid or …   Financial and business terms

  • counter — I noun the sugar is in a canister on the counter Syn: work surface, countertop, work table; bar; checkout (counter) II 1. verb 1) workers countered accusations of dishonesty Syn: respond to, parry, hit back at, answer, retort to 2) …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • counter — I verb act against, act in opposition to, agitate against, antagonize, avert, be at cross purposes, be contrary, be inimical, be obstructive, bid against, challenge, clash, collide, come in conflict with, compete with, conflict with, confute,… …   Law dictionary

  • counter-beat — counter beat, bid etc.: see counter 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • bid against — index counter, counteract Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • bid — An offer by an intending purchaser to pay a designated price for property which is about to be sold at auction. An offer to perform a contract for work and labor or supplying materials or goods at a specified price. Public contracts are… …   Black's law dictionary

  • bid — An offer by an intending purchaser to pay a designated price for property which is about to be sold at auction. An offer to perform a contract for work and labor or supplying materials or goods at a specified price. Public contracts are… …   Black's law dictionary

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