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Translation of "stake" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

stake

noun [C] (RISK) 風險     /steɪk/
the amount of money which you risk on the result of something such as a game or competition 賭注,賭金 She spent two weeks in Las Vegas playing high-stakes blackjack at the casinos. 她在拉斯維加斯的賭場裡玩了兩個星期高賭注的二十一點。 Gambling and bookmakingTaking risks the stakes [plural] In an activity or competition, the stakes are the reward for the person who wins or succeeds in it (活動或比賽的)獎金,獎品 The team is playing for enormous stakes - the chance to play in the final. 這支球隊正在爲大獎——進入決賽——而拼命一搏。 Prizes, rewards and medals the Stakes a horse race in which the prize money is provided by all the owners of the horses which are competing in the race (獎金由全部參賽馬主提供的)賽馬 Horse racingHorse riding the popularity, etc. stakes a situation where someone is judged on how much of a particular quality they have 受歡迎度等等 The prime minister is not very high in the popularity stakes (= he is not very popular) at the moment. 首相當前的人氣並不是很旺。 Situations and circumstances raise/up the stakes to increase the prize or reward in a competition or any activity in which you are competing 增加獎金;提高獎賞 Gambling and bookmakingTaking risks to make a situation more urgent or more difficult to ignore 使情況更緊急;使事態擴大 The stowaways are trying to raise the stakes by refusing to eat until they are given money and aid. 偷渡者正試圖透過絕食來使事態擴大,直到他們得到錢和援助為止。 Increasing and intensifying
Translations of “stake”
in Vietnamese cọc…
in Spanish poste…
in Thai เสาหลัก…
in Malaysian pancang pagar…
in French pieu…
in German der Pfahl…
in Indonesian pancang…
in Russian доля (в компании), кол, столб…
in Turkish hisse, pay, kazık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风险, 赌注,赌金…
in Polish udział, słup…
(Definition of stake noun (RISK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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