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Translation of "bet" - English-Spanish dictionary

bet

verb /bet/ ( past tense, past participle bet)
(often with on) to gamble (usually with money) eg on a racehorse apostar He likes betting on the horses.
betting shop noun
(British) a place where people bet on horse races and other sports competitions Casa de Apuestas a high street betting shop.
an even bet noun
an equal chance igual probabilidad de ganar que de perder It’s an even bet that the company will unveil a new tablet computer in January.
take a bet ( often with on)
to bet apostarse algo Are you willing to take a bet on whether he’ll come or not?
you bet
(spoken) certainly; of course ¡ya lo creo! ’Would you like to come with us?’ ’You bet!’
Translations of “bet”
in Arabic يُراهِن…
in Korean 돈을 걸다…
in Malaysian bertaruh…
in French parier (sur)…
in Turkish bahse girmek, iddiaya girmek…
in Italian scommettere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打賭, 賭博, 敢肯定…
in Russian ставить, держать пари…
in Polish obstawiać, zakładać się…
in Vietnamese đánh cuộc…
in Portuguese apostar…
in Thai พนัน…
in German wetten…
in Catalan apostar…
in Japanese (金を)~にかける…
in Indonesian bertaruh…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打赌, 赌博, 敢断定…
(Definition of bet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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