Traducción de underbid en Español:

underbid

Pronunciación /ˌəndərˈbɪd//ʌndəˈbɪd/

verbo transitivo

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    Comercio
    (rival) hacer una oferta más baja que
    • He's talking about American workers being underbid in the global labor market.
    • Companies in the market for consultants can now use Web exchanges to post REPs (request for proposals) and then sit back while the contenders prepare responses and underbid one another.
    • Framers, she said, often will start underbidding themselves by immediately suggesting other options to make the job less expensive.
    • They manage to provide a certain product range at a competitive price - so competitive that individual local traders find impossible to underbid.
    • We hereby assume that he only sells his coats for the same price as his competitors, and does not take advantage of these economies to underbid them.
    • They'll help reveal, early on, any underbidding mistakes you've made - preferably before the cash-flow crunch and the red ink.
    • They underbid, over-promised and they didn't deliver.
    • Small manufacturers tend to be terrified of losing an order, so they dramatically underbid.
    • In order to make their bid more attractive the new contractors must underbid each other.
    • Apparently, the roofing contractor had underbid the project and was saving money by leaving gaps between the insulation boards, thus reducing the amount of material that had to be purchased.
    • To get their initial clients, they had to underbid and offer lower prices.
    • We can be underbid by smaller contractors on little jobs.
    • Many framers often find themselves underbidding themselves to keep a piece of work in the shop for framing.
    • Companies with poor safety records may be able to underbid companies that invest in safety but only in the short term.
    • This worsens the trade deficit and helps these companies underbid rivals.
    • Their whole business model is about bringing in inexpensive foreign labor so they can underbid their rivals.
    • ‘Desperate contractors will underbid labor, safety and management costs just to keep their crews busy,’ he says.
    • The contractor had significantly underbid the job.
    • The question, of course, is whether the cost overruns stem from unforeseen problems that crop up over the course of a project or whether projects are routinely underbid.
    • The audience roared because they thought I underbid.
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    (in bridge)
    to underbid one's hand declarar por debajo de sus posibilidades

verbo intransitivo

Comercio

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    hacer una oferta más baja