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bet US English

Risk something, usually a sum of money, against someone else’s on the basis of the outcome of a future event, such as the result of a race or game

bet US Thesaurus

he bet $10 on the favorite

bet. US English

Between

bet in bet US English

Risk something, usually a sum of money, against someone else’s on the basis of the outcome of a future event, such as the result of a race or game

one's bet in bet US English

An opinion, typically one formed quickly or spontaneously

between US English

At, into, or across the space separating (two objects or regions)

bet. in between US English

At, into, or across the space separating (two objects or regions)

you bet US English

You may be sure; certainly

place bet US English

(In the UK) a bet on a horse to win a place in a race, usually first, second, or third

safe bet US English

A bet that is certain to succeed

Shin Bet US English

The principal security service of Israel, concerned primarily with counter-espionage

side bet US English

A bet over and above the main bet, especially on a subsidiary issue

place bet New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

bet on a horse to come first, second, or third, or, in the US, first or second

Shin Bet New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

principal security service of Israel

bouncing Bet US English

Another term for soapwort.

bet the farm US English

Risk everything that one owns on a bet, investment, or enterprise

want to bet? US English

Used to express vigorous disagreement with a confident assertion

betting US English

The act of gambling money on the outcome of a race, game, or other unpredictable event

you bet your ass US English

You can be very sure

don't bet on it US English

Used to express doubt about an assertion or situation

you bet your boots US English

Used to express certainty about a situation or statement

bet your bottom dollar US English

Stake everything

you bet in bet US English

You may be sure; certainly

want to bet? in bet US English

Used to express vigorous disagreement with a confident assertion

dollars to doughnuts US English

Used to emphasize one’s certainty

bet the farm in bet US English

Risk everything that one owns on a bet, investment, or enterprise

don't bet on it in bet US English

Used to express doubt about an assertion or situation

you bet your ass in ass2 US English

You can be very sure

you bet your boots in boot1 US English

Used to express certainty about a situation or statement

dollars to doughnuts in dollar US English

Used to emphasize one’s certainty

want to or wanna bet? in bet US English

Used to express vigorous disagreement with a confident assertion

don't or I wouldn't bet on it in bet US English

Used to express doubt about an assertion or situation

you can bet your boots in boot1 US English

Used to express certainty about a situation or statement


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