noun as in game of chance; money gambled
Before that, the firm made bets on the likes of ClassPass and Equinox.
Facebook's foray into virtual and augmented reality, which it doubled down on this week, is a bet on where the future of online social interaction is heading.
If you want to vote by mail, your best bet is to visit your state or local election office’s website.
It’s so far been a winning bet for Buffett, with the value of Berkshire’s investment more than doubling by lunchtime.
Fifty-seven professional investors turned him down—a Stanford-pedigreed venture capital veteran with experience operating inside two early major tech startups, who knew exactly what kind of rationale these firms used to place their bets.
And when BET Weekend came to Atlanta two months ago, Brinsley thought he could become a major party promoter.
And given the current glut in fossil fuels, it might even be a better economic bet to wait a few years.
The kerfuffle began with a £200 bet, followed by several smaller bets in quick succession.
The monogamous or safe-only gay man is a far safer bet than the unprotected hetero swinger.
By Tuesday night, going through Bet El was no longer possible.
Spiker was willing to bet that right now Weston was over the way trying to prove to them that two and two was four.
"I'll bet yo 'un a hoss I ken put a ball through that Yank's heart at fifty paces," he roared.
She was really uneasy until he explained that, in imitation of older ones, he had bet some cents on Burlingame and had won.
I bet a feller can skate in the streeton the sidewalkalmost anywhere this morning, declared Chet, with enthusiasm.
Dont you be worried, girls; I bet Mr. Sharp wont let anybody get that prize through favoritism.
On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bet, such as: betting, chance, long shot, odds, pledge, and risk.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.