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Synonyms for bet

Synonyms for bet

something risked on an uncertain outcome

a venture depending on chance

to put up as a stake in a game or speculation

to make a bet

Synonyms for bet

the money risked on a gamble

stake on the outcome of an issue

have faith or confidence in

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Once we won Sh 110,000 and my brothers encouraged me to start playing solo," she says.TECHNOLOGYAdvances in technology have made it easier to bet.
Peter Chege, 29, is one of the youth blacklisted by a popular lending agency for failing to repay a Sh12,000 loan he took from them to place a bet.
Did it bother you when people blamed you for the negative images being portrayed on BET?
As well as the FREE pounds 3 BET, betNOW are offering pounds 25 Free to all People readers.
We've teamed up with Coral to offer new users a free PS10 online bet to use on any day of the races.
The logo for the Sky Bet Play-offs will combine the three colours together.
The [euro]10 Free Bet offer is exclusive to Irish Daily Mirror readers aged 18 years or over, resident to ROI opening a new Online or Mobile Coral account.
Accumulator A bet that involves making selections in more than one race.
Just as bettors can clean up by betting whether the combined score in a football game will be over or under 50 points, bettors in this new securities casino can bet on whether the stock of two competing companies will hit a combined price.
So hold back your tears: BET was involved in the production and consumption of useless things.
A spokesman for BET says that "unless the video ran close to a commercial break," it ran in its entirety on their network.
BET founder Robert Johnson remains chairman and CEO of the Washington, D.C.based company, which operates cable channels Black Entertainment Television.
But since it's hard to prosecute gambling operations based in other countries (and since placing a bet is not necessarily illegal, depending upon the state where the gambler lives), the government is threatening middlemen instead.
In 2000, Johnson raised the bar on the level of business deals African Americans can execute in corporate America when he sold BET to Viacom for a reported $3 billion in stock.