Bidding war

Bidding war

ˈbɪdɪŋ wɔː
ˈbɪdɪŋ wɔr
Definition: A situation in which two or more parties repeatedly outbid each other as they compete to purchase something.
Meaning: Cuộc chiến đấu thầu
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How to use "Bidding war" vocabulary in sentence (example)

This time a bidding war took off and it sold for $14.83.

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This is probably because the British love a bit of a bidding war, what's better than being able to auction from your own home!

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