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gamble

verb [I, T]
 
 
/ˈɡæmbl/
to risk money on the result of a game, race, or competition
kumar oynamak, şans oyunları oynamak
He gambled away all of our savings.Gambling and bookmakingTaking risksTaking risksGambling and bookmaking
gambler noun [C]
kumarbaz
gambling noun [U] B2
kumar
Translations of “gamble”
in Arabic يُقامِر…
in Korean 도박하다…
in Malaysian judi…
in French jouer…
in Italian giocare d’azzardo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 投機, 冒險, 賭博,打賭…
in Russian играть в азартные игры…
in Polish uprawiać hazard, stawiać…
in Vietnamese đánh cờ bạc…
in Spanish apostar a, jugar dinero a…
in Portuguese jogar, apostar…
in Thai เสี่ยงโชค…
in German spielen…
in Catalan jugar, apostar…
in Japanese 賭(か)け事をする, ~を賭ける…
in Indonesian berjudi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 投机, 冒险, 赌博,打赌…
(Definition of gamble verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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