In the US, NBBO is the lowest ask price (sellers) and the highest bid price (buyers) on the order book across multiple exchanges. If you place a buy order that meets or exceeds the ask price, you will get filled at the ask price for the quantity of shares available at the ask price.
So if the B/A quote is $132.40 x $132.50 with a size of 4x7 (400 shares bid and 700 shares offered) and you place a limit order to buy 500 shares, you will get 500 shares at $132.50.
If you place a limit order for 1,000 shares at $132.50 then you'll only get 700 shares if no other seller comes in at that price.
If you place a market order then you'll get 700 shares at $132.50 and another 300 shares at a higher priced sell order on the order book.
And FWIW, the title of your question asks about the bid being higher than the ask but in the body of the question, it's the opposite.