underbid


un·der·bid

verb \ˌən-dər-ˈbid\

: to offer to do work for less money than (another person or group) : to bid less than (someone else)

un·der·bidun·der·bid·ding

Full Definition of UNDERBID

transitive verb
1
:  to bid less than (a competing bidder)
2
:  to bid (a hand of cards) at less than the strength of the hand warrants
intransitive verb
:  to bid too low
un·der·bid·der noun

First Known Use of UNDERBID

circa 1677

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