betted betted


  1. (n) the money risked on a gamble
  2. (n) the act of gambling
  3. (v) maintain with or as if with a bet
  4. (v) stake on the outcome of an issue
  5. (v) have faith or confidence in

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  1. He betted not, so said a report, but he was seen in the paddock and on the judges' stand.
  2. It insists that he betted on a horse is proper, speaks of cookery books, permits in case of fire but not in case of emergency.
  3. In the morning he'd learn that the two numbers he'd betted on had lost again.


  • Irish bookmaker pays out on Republican victory - before the election

    Ireland's largest bookmaker believes there's no way Democrats can keep control of the House on Tuesday. In fact Paddy Power, the premiere Irish betting company, is so confident of a GOP win it has already paid off customers who betted the GOP would capture the elusive chamber.
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Irish Central


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