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tricast

Line breaks: tri|cast
Pronunciation: /ˈtrʌɪkɑːst
 
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Definition of tricast in English:

noun

British
A bet in which the person betting forecasts the first three horses in a race in the correct order.
Example sentences
  • A forecast is when you bet on which horses will come first and second; a tricast involves predicting which will finish first, second and third.
  • You give out a £20 prize for the winner on each tricast you do, giving you a profit of £114 per sheet.
  • Subject to the following rules tricasts are accepted in singles only.

Origin

1970s: from tri- 'three' + the noun forecast.

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