(US make book)
See parent entry: book
Take bets and pay out winnings on the outcome of a race or other contest or event: the bookies opened a book on his successor
More example sentences
- You can think of it as an American alternative to those famous London betting shops that will make book on just about anything.
- It will probably do worse - since the kind of events he wants to make book on are even more unpredictable and emotional than elections.
- The company is always game to open a book on most events and we do get some unusual requests.