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Spanish translation of “bet”

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!’
(Definition of bet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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