win bet

Wager on a horse to finish first.

Equestrian sports dictionary . 2013.

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  • bet\ one's\ boots — • bet one s boots • bet one s bottom dollar • bet one s shirt v. phr. informal 1. To bet all you have. This horse will win. I would bet my bottom dollar on it. Jim said he would bet his boots that he would pass the examination. 2. • bet one s… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bet\ one's\ bottom\ dollar — • bet one s boots • bet one s bottom dollar • bet one s shirt v. phr. informal 1. To bet all you have. This horse will win. I would bet my bottom dollar on it. Jim said he would bet his boots that he would pass the examination. 2. • bet one s… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bet\ one's\ life — • bet one s boots • bet one s bottom dollar • bet one s shirt v. phr. informal 1. To bet all you have. This horse will win. I would bet my bottom dollar on it. Jim said he would bet his boots that he would pass the examination. 2. • bet one s… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bet\ one's\ shirt — • bet one s boots • bet one s bottom dollar • bet one s shirt v. phr. informal 1. To bet all you have. This horse will win. I would bet my bottom dollar on it. Jim said he would bet his boots that he would pass the examination. 2. • bet one s… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bet — has past and past participle forms bet and betted; both are correct although bet is preferable, and is more common in BrE and (even more) in AmE. But betted is also found • (I d have betted you wouldn t be much good at taking somebody out… …   Modern English usage

  • bet — bet1 S1 [bet] v past tense and past participle bet present participle betting 1.) [I and T] to risk money on the result of a race, game, competition, or other future event →↑gamble ▪ How much do you want to bet? bet (sb) that ▪ He bet me £10 that …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bet — I UK [bet] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms bet : present tense I/you/we/they bet he/she/it bets present participle betting past tense bet past participle bet ** to risk an amount of money by saying what you think will happen,… …   English dictionary

  • bet — I n. 1) to make a bet 2) to place a bet on 3) to accept, take a bet 4) a side bet 5) a bet that + clause (she made a bet that her team would win) 6) on a bet (he did it on a bet) 7) (misc.) to hedge one s bets ( to protect oneself by placing… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • bet — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ good, safe, sure ▪ fair ▪ bad ▪ risky ▪ outside (= with a v …   Collocations dictionary

  • win — v. & n. v. (winning; past and past part. won) 1 tr. acquire or secure as a result of a fight, contest, bet, litigation, or some other effort (won some money; won my admiration). 2 tr. be victorious in (a fight, game, race, etc.). 3 intr. a be the …   Useful english dictionary

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