bet definition: 1. to risk money on the result of an event or a competition, such as a horse race, in the hope of…. Learn more.
an act of risking money on something that may happen in the future: make a bet on sth A lot of people made a bet on housing and lost. a bet pays off He borrowed heavily to start the business, and the bet has paid off. a guess or opinion: Jenson's bet is that properties will remain scarce and rents will keep rising.
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Below is the UK transcription for 'bet': Modern IPA: bɛ́t ; Traditional IPA: bet; 1 syllable: "BET" Test your pronunciation on words that have sound similarities with 'bet': bett; baht; bait; barrette; bat; bate; batt; beat; beaut; bed; beet; beit; belt; bent; best; beste; bets; betta; bette; better; bettor; betts
The English player then checked with the bet of 26,125. El jugador Inglés entonces comprobarse con la apuesta de 26.125. Your bet : twice 10 minutes of sports per week.
betting. v pres p. verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird," "It is singing ." bet. v past. verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man." "She laughed ." betted.
In response to a statement. Slang for Fa sho, which is slang for For sure; which means Sure or Okay. (Derived slang from the 1980's.)
bet translate: ставить, держать пари , пари, ставка . Learn more in the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary.
bet translate: miser, parier, pari [masculine], parier (sur), pari, pari. Learn more in the Cambridge English-French Dictionary.