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Translation of "wager" - English-Spanish dictionary

wager

noun   /ˈweɪ.dʒər/
an amount of money that you risk in the hope of winning more, by trying to guess something uncertain, or the agreement that you make to take this risk apuesta She put a cash wager of £50 on the race. He tried to eat 50 hard-boiled eggs, for a wager. They made a friendly wager on the game. →  Synonym bet noun 172
verb   /ˈweɪ.dʒər/
to risk money by guessing the result of something apostar More than $2 billion was wagered legally on sports in Nevada in the last 12 months. He is so confident of victory he has wagered on himself. I’ll wager you £5 that they’ll get there first.172
(Definition of wager from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wager

noun /ˈweidʒə/
a bet apuesta We made a wager that he would win.
(Definition of wager from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “wager”
in Vietnamese sự cá cược…
in Malaysian pertaruhan…
in Thai การพนัน…
in French pari…
in German die Wette…
in Chinese (Simplified) 赌注, 打赌…
in Indonesian taruhan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 賭注, 打賭…
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