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have a flutter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave a flutterhave a flutterBritish English informalDSHDL to risk a small amount of money on the result of something such as a horse race syn have a bet flutter
Examples from the Corpus
have a flutterI had a little flutter on the Grand National and won £5.She should never have fluttered the way she did.Journos are invited to have a flutter with the cash.I'm not a heavy gambler, but I like to have a flutter from time to time.
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