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Black Entertainment Television: a cable television channel.
an agreement between two parties that a sum of money or other stake will be paid by the loser to the party who correctly predicts the outcome of an event
the money or stake risked
the predicted result in such an agreement: his bet was that the horse would win
a person, event, etc, considered as likely to succeed or occur: it’s a good bet that they will succeed
a course of action (esp in the phrase one’s best bet)
(informal) an opinion; view: my bet is that you’ve been up to no good
verb bets, betting, bet, betted
when intr foll by on or against. to make or place a bet with (a person or persons)
(transitive) to stake (money, etc) in a bet
(transitive; may take a clause as object) (informal) to predict (a certain outcome): I bet she fails
(informal) you bet, of course; naturally
Black Entertainment Television

bet on the wrong horse
bet one’s ass


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