verb (used with object), bet or bet·ted, bet·ting. to wager with (something or someone).
What kind of noun is bet?
bet used as a noun:
A wager, an agreement between two parties that a stake (usually money) will be paid by the loser to the winner (the winner being the one who correctly forecast the outcome of an event). “Dylan owes Fletcher $30 from an unsuccessfull bet.”
Is bet a noun or adjective?
Noun He has a bet on the game. He made a bet with his brother that he could finish his chores first. He and his brother have a bet about who can finish his chores first. He lost the bet and had to pay his brother five dollars. … Verb He bet $5 on the game.
Is bet an adjective?
Included below are past participle and present participle forms for the verb bet which may be used as adjectives within certain contexts. Suitable for betting; capable of being gambled.
What is bet slang for?
“Bet” is used when you’re in agreement with something. If someone makes plans and you say “bet,” that means you are confirming said plan. Don’t Trip.
How do you use the verb bet?
bet on/against somebody/something doing something I wouldn’t bet on them winning the next election.
- bet (that)… I bet (that) we’re too late.
- You can bet (that) the moment I sit down, the phone will ring.
- I’m willing to bet (that) the analysts will be wrong.
- bet somebody (that)… I’ll bet you (that) he knows all about it.
Why do people say bet?
Although “bet” usually means to risk something or feel sure about something, it is now commonly used as a brief response. “Bet” is now used as a positive, laidback synonym for “OK.” For example, if someone asks if you’re coming to dinner later, you might simply respond by nodding and saying, “Bet.”
How do you respond to bet?
How do you respond to an alright bet? Thank you! It slang for alright or confirming something.
Does BET stand for?
BET. Black Entertainment Television network. Community » News & Media.
Is Beted a word?
BETED is a valid scrabble word.
Is Bettable a word?
Suitable for betting; capable of being gambled.