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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbettingbet‧ting /ˈbetɪŋ/ noun  1 [uncountable] when people risk money on the results of games, competitions etc or other future eventsgambling2 what’s the betting
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bettingTrue, Goodwood was over, but betting went on, thank goodness.One of their main features is the heavy betting, often into four figures.Their activities have nothing at all to do with sport and everything to do with telephone-number betting.His elucidation of the finer points of betting is also excellent.On present betting, there is a fair chance the pound will finally join the system by the end of next year.The Pope has put betting - with tax-dodging and reading horoscopes - on a list of sins that risk eternal damnation.
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