- 以…打赌， 用...打赌
- 赌注，赌金，被打赌的事物 ，赌品
- vt. & vi. 打赌 risk money on sth of which the result is doubtful
- [C]打赌 an agreement to risk money on the result of a future event, by which the person who guesses wrongly gives the money to the other person
- [C]赌金,赌注 a sum of money risked in this way
the money risked on a gamble
the act of gambling;
"he did it on a bet"
maintain with or as if with a bet;
"I bet she will be there!"
stake on the outcome of an issue;
"I bet $100 on that new horse"
"She played all her money on the dark horse"
have faith or confidence in;
"you can count on me to help you any time"
"Look to your friends for support"
"You can bet on that!"
"Depend on your family in times of crisis"
- He bet $50 that his horse would win.
- I bet they are making a pile out of the deal.
- I bet that he's lost all his money in the gamble.
- I ventured a small bet on the horse.
- My bet is they've got held up in the traffic.
- I'll lay you a bet that it will be fine tomorrow.
- Foreigners are fond of betting.
- I'll bet you.
- I'll bet a month's pay.
- He'll bet fifty dollars.
- He bet that it would rain tomorrow.
- The old man bet that Tom would be there before us.
- They bet that they will win the next election.
- I bet it rains tomorrow.
- I bet I will win.
- I bet you can't do this puzzle.
- He bet me that I couldn't do it.
- I bet you that the 21th century will be better than the 20th century.
- I bet her five dollars that it would rain.
- He bets me ten dollars that John wouldn't come.
- He bet me a hundred pounds that I wouldn't get through.
- We made a bet on the outcome of the next election.
- His bet on the boat race was $50.
- bet on (v.+prep.)
赌… risk (money) on (sth)
bet on sth
It's foolish to bet on horses.
赌马是愚蠢的。bet sb sth on sth/v-ing
I'll bet you anything on it.
He bet me ten dollars on John's coming.
I bet you two cents on his winning.
- bet money 赌钱
- heavy bet 大赌
- on a bet 打赌
A bet on Fair Glory in the two-thirty won him twelve pounds.出自： A. Sillitoe
'A [he] shot a fine shoot. John a Gaunt..betted much money on his head.出自：2 Henry IV , Shakespeare
I don't bet on horses I don't know.出自： Thackeray
Offering to bet the driver half a crown he didn't do it in the three-quarters of an hour.出自： J. Galsworthy
Humphrey would have betted that..Briers would take on more drink that evening.出自： C. P. Snow
You could bet thousands of dollars against this happening.出自： C. Isherwood
- bet常可接间接引语意为“打赌说”,全句常具有挑战意味,口语中常说I bet...,省略that而直接接从句,强调深信不疑,一般译为“我敢打赌”。
- bet, gamble, wager
- ☆ 16世纪90年代进入英语，直接源自古英语的btan，意为使更好，激起。