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  • 1 rebid — [spelling only] …

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  • 2 rebid — v. /ree bid /; n. /ree bid /, v., rebid, rebidding, n. v.t. 1. Bridge. to make a second bid in (a suit that one bid previously): He opened a spade and then rebid spades on the three level. 2. to submit again for bids, as a work contract or… …

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  • 3 rebid — verb a) To bid again on something. We had to rebid the contract when accusations of fraud by other competitors occurred. b) To require a new set of bids …

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  • 4 rebid — verb (rebids, rebidding, rebid) bid again. noun a further bid …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 5 rebid — v. & n. v. also (rebidding; past and past part. rebid) Cards 1 intr. bid again. 2 tr. bid (a suit) again at a higher level. n. 1 the act of rebidding. 2 a bid made in this way …

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  • 6 rebid — re·bid …

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  • 7 rebid — re•bid′ v. bid, bid•ding …

    From formal English to slang

  • 8 Rebid — Bridge A bid made by a player who has previously bid …

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  • 9 Glossary of contract bridge terms — These terms are used in Contract bridge[1][2] , or the earlier game Auction bridge, using duplicate or rubber scoring. Some of them are also used in Whist, Bid whist, and other trick taking games. This glossary supplements the Glossary of card… …

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  • 10 Zar Points — is an advanced, statistically derived method for evaluating Contract Bridge hands developed by Zar Petkov for use by players of intermediate or better skill. The statistical research Petkov conducted in the areas of hand evaluation and bidding is …

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  • 11 Reverse (bridge) — A reverse, in the card game contract bridge, is a bidding sequence designed to show additional strength without the need to make a jump bid; specifically two suits are bid in the reverse order to that expected by the basic bidding system. Precise …

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  • 12 ACOL — Uno o varios wikipedistas están trabajando actualmente en este artículo o sección. Es posible que a causa de ello haya lagunas de contenido o deficiencias de formato. Si quieres, puedes ayudar y editar, pero por favor: antes de realizar… …

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  • 13 Acol — is a bridge bidding system. It is named after a road in Hampstead, London, where there was a bridge club in which the system started to evolve in the 1930s. According to Terence Reese, its main devisers were Maurice Harrison Gray, Jack Marx and S …

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  • 14 Forcing notrump — The forcing notrump is a bidding convention in the card game of bridge.In standard bidding, the response of 1 notrump to an opening bid of 1 of a suit shows 6 to 9 high card points and is non forcing . Opener, with a balanced minimum, may pass… …

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  • 15 Bridge Base Basic — Bridge base basic, also known as BBO basic, is a bidding system for the game of bridge based on Standard American Yellow Card. It is simplified, suitable for beginners, and widely used in internet bridge particularly on Bridge Base Online. [… …

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  • 16 Stayman convention — Stayman redirects here. For the apple cultivar, see Stayman apple. Contents 1 Standard Stayman 2 Using Standard Stayman with Jacoby transfers 3 …

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  • 17 METRORail — This article is about the transit system in Houston. For other uses, see Metrorail.      Red Line (METRORail) A Houston METRORail train arrives at Preston station …

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  • 18 Drury convention — The Drury convention is a bridge convention, used to show a game invitational major suit raise by a passed hand. In its simplest form, a response of 2♣, by a passed hand, to a 1♥ or a 1♠ opening, is artificial and, assuming a system like Standard …

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  • 19 Strong two clubs — In most natural bridge bidding systems, the opening bid of 2♣ is used exclusively for hands too strong for an opening bid at the one level. Systems that incorporate a strong 2 club opening bid include modern Standard American, standard Acol, 2/1… …

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  • 20 Kaplan-Sheinwold — The Kaplan Sheinwold (or K S ) bidding system was developed and popularized by Edgar Kaplan and Alfred Sheinwold during their partnership, which flourished during the 1950s and 1960s. K S is one of many natural systems. The system was… …

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