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    in a bid to

    Hi,

    Question:
    what is the meaning of in a bid to?
    in an effort to achieve to?

    sentence:
    Wildflowers are being planted in and around Penistone in a bid to reverse falling numbers of honey bees.

    thanks

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    Re: in a bid to

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Question:
    what is the meaning of in a bid to?
    in an effort to achieve to?

    sentence:
    Wildflowers are being planted in and around Penistone in a bid to reverse falling numbers of honey bees.

    thanks
    In this case in a bid" = "in an attempt".

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