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Meaning of “stakes” - Learner’s Dictionary

stakes

noun [plural]     /steɪks/
money or other advantages that you may get or lose in a competition or situation: People get very competitive because the stakes are so high.Gambling and bookmakingTaking risksPrizes, rewards and medals
Translations of “stakes”
in Russian ставки…
in Turkish bahis/yarışmada elde edilen/kaybedilen para ve çıkarlar…
in Polish stawka…
(Definition of stakes from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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