Definitions for underbidˌʌn dərˈbɪd
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
un•der•bidˌʌn dərˈbɪd(v.)-bid, -bid•ding.
(v.t.)to bid less than (another bid) or less than the bid of (another bidder), esp. in seeking a contract.
to bid less than the value or worth of (a contract or hand) at cards.
(v.i.)to bid lower than another, esp. too low to gain something.
Origin of underbid:
bid (a hand of cards) at less than the strength of the hand warrants
bid lower than a competing bidder
bid too low
A bid that is lower than another.
To bid too low
To bid lower than another
To bid less than the full value of a hand of cards
to bid less than, as when a contract or service is offered to the lowest bidder; to offer to contract, sell, or do for a less price than