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bet British & World English

Risk a sum of money or valued item against someone else’s on the basis of the outcome of an unpredictable event such as a race or game

bet English Thesaurus

most people would bet their life savings on the prospect

bet in bet British & World English

Risk a sum of money or valued item against someone else’s on the basis of the outcome of an unpredictable event such as a race or game

one's bet in bet British & World English

One’s opinion about a future event

you bet British & World English

You may be sure; certainly

place bet British & World English

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

safe bet British & World English

A bet that is certain to succeed

Shin Bet British & World English

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

side bet British & World English

A bet over and above a 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 British & World English

Another term for soapwort.

bet the farm British & World English

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

want to bet? British & World English

Used to express strong disagreement with a confident assertion

don't bet on it British & World English

Used to express doubt about something

you bet your boots British & World English

Used to express absolute certainty

you bet in bet British & World English

You may be sure; certainly

you bet your bottom dollar British & World English

Used to state one’s conviction that a particular thing is going to happen

want to bet? in bet British & World English

Used to express strong disagreement with a confident assertion

dollars to doughnuts British & World English

Used to emphasize one’s certainty

bet the farm in bet British & World English

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

don't bet on it in bet British & World English

Used to express doubt about something

you bet your boots in boot1 British & World English

Used to express absolute certainty

dollars to doughnuts in dollar British & World English

Used to emphasize one’s certainty

you bet your bottom dollar in bottom British & World English

Used to state one’s conviction that a particular thing is going to happen

don't or I wouldn't bet on it in bet British & World English

Used to express doubt about something

you can bet your boots in boot1 British & World English

Used to express absolute certainty

you can bet your bottom dollar in bottom British & World English

Used to state one’s conviction that a particular thing is going to happen


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