bidding method

bidding method
эк. метод подачи предложений*, метод подачи заявок* (конкретный способ организации процесса подачи и рассмотрения заявок участников аукциона или конкурса на размещение контракта на выполнение работ, напр., заявки могут подаваться путем устного объявления предложений в аукционном зале, или подаваться в запечатанном виде и вскрываться только после завершения периода приема заявок)
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  • approach — v. & n. v. 1 tr. come near or nearer to (a place or time). 2 intr. come near or nearer in space or time (the hour approaches). 3 tr. make a tentative proposal or suggestion to (approached me about a loan). 4 tr. a be similar in character, quality …   Useful english dictionary

  • blackwood convention — ˈblak.ˌwu̇d noun Usage: usually capitalized B Etymology: after Easley F. Blackwood, 20th century American who devised it : a bidding method used in reaching slam contracts in contract bridge and consisting of the use of four no trump as an asking …   Useful english dictionary

  • gerber convention — ˈgərbər noun Usage: usually capitalized G Etymology: after John Gerber, 20th century American who devised it : a bidding method in contract bridge that is based on the Blackwood convention and that uses a bid of four clubs instead of four no… …   Useful english dictionary


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