betverbuk us /bet/ (present participle betting, past tense and past participle bet)
- On the face of it, it seems like a bargain, but I bet there are hidden costs.
- I bet that computer knocked you back a few thousand.
- "I bet you can't eat all that food on your plate." "Is that a challenge?"
- I bet you can't guess how old he is.
- I bet she wishes (that) she'd never got involved in the whole affair.
betnoun [C]uk us /bet/
- She's never put a bet on a race before.
- He never usually remembers my birthday, so it's a safe bet he'll forget again this time!
- He went down to the bookmaker's in Chesterton Road to place a bet on the race.
- They were placing bets on who would win.
- After winning a couple of bets, he thought he was on a winning streak.