In a dutch auction, the seller starts with a high price and then gradually lowers it until somebody buys it.
An auction at which the thing to be sold is first put up at a higher price than anyone is likely to bid. The price is then gradually lowered, and the first person to make a bid has the thing knocked down to him. This method of selling is the reverse of a real auction, in which the price is run up in stages, and the highest bidder secures the article.
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