used for saying that you are sure something will happen or is true. You can bet your life she’ll insist on coming too. Synonyms and related words.
What is the meaning of you can bet your life?
(also you can bet your bottom dollar) used to say that you are completely certain that something is true or will happen: You can bet your bottom dollar that she’ll be the next president.
What is bet in life?
This idiom is used to mean that you are absolutely certain that something is true or will happen.
What does it mean to bet a person?
1. To place a wager on someone or something. I bet on the winning horse!
When someone says I bet what does that mean?
—said to indicate the listener’s total agreement with a statement “He was so handsome in his new suit.” “I bet he was.”
Do you bet on it?
To be certain that something will happen (so much so that one would bet money on it). Oh, Kevin’s never on time, so he will be late tonight—you can bet on it.
What does you can bet your bottom dollar mean?
said to emphasize that you are absolutely certain that something will happen or that something is true.
What does the term bet mean?
“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.
Where does the saying bet your bottom dollar come from?
Other origin stories point to poker players in the 1800s. If players were certain that their poker hand would win the game, they would put their dollar underneath the stack of money being bet in the middle of the table, thus betting with the bottom dollar.
How do you reply to bet?
How do you respond to an alright bet? Thank you! It slang for alright or confirming something. You can just respond with bet or not respond at all.