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"put (your) money on sb/sth" in British English

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put (your) money on sb/sth

to ​risk money on someone or something ​winning a ​race or ​competition: He put some money on a ​horse in the five o'clock ​race. to ​stronglybelieve that someone will do something or that something will ​happen: Chris will be ​promoted - I'd put money on it.
(Definition of put (your) money on sb/sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “put (your) money on sb/sth”
in Chinese (Simplified) 在…上下赌注, 确信…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在…上下賭注, 確信…
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