stake noun Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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stake

noun
 
 
/steɪk/
be at stake If something is at stake, it is in a situation where it might be lost or damaged: We have to act quickly - people's lives are at stake.Unsafe and insecure
PART [C] a part of a business that you own, or an amount of money that you have invested in a business: He has a 30 percent stake in the company.Financial investments and the stock market
STICK [C] a strong stick with a pointed end that you push into the ground: a wooden stakePoles, rods, shafts and sticks
Translations of “stake”
in Vietnamese cọc…
in Spanish poste…
in Thai เสาหลัก…
in Malaysian pancang pagar…
in French pieu…
in German der Pfahl…
in Chinese (Traditional) 份額, 股本,股份…
in Indonesian pancang…
in Russian доля (в компании), кол, столб…
in Turkish hisse, pay, kazık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 份额, 股本,股份…
in Polish udział, słup…
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