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bet in Gambling topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_707_zbetbet1 /bet/ ●●● S1 verb (past tense and past participle bet, present participle betting)  1 [intransitive, transitive]DGG to risk money on the result of a race, game, competition, or other future eventgamble How much do you want to bet?bet (somebody) that He bet me £10 that I wouldn’t do it.bet (something) on something She bet all her money on a horse that came last.bet against I wouldn’t bet against him winning the championship this year.2 I bet/I’ll bet3 you bet!4 (do you) want to bet?/wanna bet?5 don’t bet on it/I wouldn’t bet on it6 you (can) bet your life/your bottom dollar7 bet the farm/ranch→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
betFun and exciting, you bet, but is this the way to the Super Bowl?I bet he had the fish cakes.It became an offence for anyone in charge of children to allow them to bet in public places or to enter brothels.Albert bowed over the girl's hand - Caro would bet it wasn't his wife.I'll bet that made her mad!Should your management bet the company on a high-risk business strategy?Crumwallis - I would bet - was sexually attracted, whether he understood that himself, or not.Yeah, he says, I bet you a dollar.I bet you taste real good Ram.bet (somebody) thatAnd I got on at 50-1 immediately after that race, and had a fair bet.And throws back his head and laughs out loud at the way the guys hustled to get their bets down.You can't have a safer bet than that!You know how he always liked to bet.Whether Tendulkar rather than McDermott will be the best bet in that direction remains open to question.The second bet is that drawing a red marble wins £1000, drawing a blue marble wins nothing.My bet is that the airline had just been temporarily frightened.