Bet bereket kalmamak, beti bereketi gelmek, beti bereketi kaçmak gibi deyimlerde bereket kelimesi ile birlikte "bolluk" anlamında ikileme oluşturur: "Ucuzluklarına hayret ettiğimiz her çeşit satıcılar, o bet bereket nereye kaybolmuş?"- H. R. Gürpınar
If you bet on the result of a horse race, football game, or other event, you give someone a sum of money which they give you back with extra money if the result is what you predicted, or which they keep if it is not. Jockeys are forbidden to bet on the outcome of races I bet £10 on a horse called Premonition He bet them 500 pounds they would lose. Bet is also a noun. Do you always have a bet on the Grand National? + betting bet·ting his thousand-pound fine for illegal betting. betting shops
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"
If you say don't bet on something or I wouldn't bet on something, you mean that you do not think that something is true or will happen. `We'll never get a table in there' --- `Don't bet on it.'
If it's your turn to start then you will have to place the initial bet In most online games, this amount will be limited
emphasis You use `You bet' or `you bet your life' to say yes in an emphatic way or to emphasize a reply or statement. `It's settled, then?' --- `You bet.' `Are you afraid of snakes?' --- `You bet your life I'm afraid of snakes.'
Method for measuring the surface area of catalysts and other high area materials using adsorption of nitrogen gas Named for Brunauer, Emmett, and Teller, who developed the method
If you say that it is a good bet or a safe bet that something is true or will happen, you are saying that it is extremely likely to be true or to happen. It is a safe bet that the current owners will not sell
The form bet is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle
That which is laid, staked, or pledged, as between two parties, upon the event of a contest or any contingent issue; the act of giving such a pledge; a wager
You can use my bet is or it's my bet to give your personal opinion about something, when you are fairly sure that you are right. My bet is that next year will be different It's my bet that he's the guy behind this killing
If someone is betting that something will happen, they are hoping or expecting that it will happen. The party is betting that the presidential race will turn into a battle for younger voters People were betting on a further easing of credit conditions. see also betting
A bet is a sum of money which you give to someone when you bet. You can put a bet on almost anything these days
Building entrance terminal, aka entrance facility Usually the nearest location within a structure that permits termination and protection of telco entrance cable(s) May also serve as MDF and/or BDF In some situations, the BET is co-located with, or serves as, PABX or key equipment room, MDF and/or BDF and may contain all associated power, battery and other communications equipment See EIA/TIA 568A, 569 Terminology varies
You use expressions such as `I bet', `I'll bet', and `you can bet' to indicate that you are sure something is true. I bet you were good at games when you were at school I'll bet they'll taste out of this world
If you hedge your bets, you follow two courses of action to avoid making a decision between two things because you cannot decide which one is right. NASA is hedging its bets and adopting both strategies. = play safe
If you tell someone that something is a good bet, you are suggesting that it is the thing or course of action that they should choose. Your best bet is to choose a guest house
stake on the outcome of an issue; "I bet $100 on that new horse"; "She played all her money on the dark horse
feelings You use I bet or I'll bet in reply to a statement to show that you agree with it or that you expected it to be true, usually when you are annoyed or amused by it. `I'd like to ask you something,' I said. `I bet you would,' she grinned
If you reply `Do you want to bet?' or `Want a bet?' to someone, you mean you are certain that what they have said is wrong. `Money can't buy happiness' --- `Want to bet?'
To bet is to put money into the pot, usually by opening as later action in a round is a raise or a re-raise As a noun, a bet can be the money added to the pot by a player on one turn, or the amount required in order to call It can also be used to mean "turn to act," and lastly, especially when used in the plural, it can be used to mean the number of bets and raises Who bet? (meaning who opened)
A bet in which no money is bet; only the honor of the two parties is at stake. Therefore, there is no need for proof that one party's side of the bet has been fulfilled; he or she is taken at their word
If you say the betting is that something will happen or is true, you are suggesting that it is very likely to happen or to be true. The betting is that the experience will make Japan more competitive still
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