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wager

美 ['weɪdʒər] 英 ['weɪdʒə(r)]
  • v.打赌;押(赌注);打包票
  • n.打赌
  • 网络赌博;下注;保证
复数:wagers  现在分词:wagering  过去分词:wagered  
  • n.
  • bet,gamble,stake,flutter,ante
  • v.
  • risk,venture
  • 用法解析

    1.

    打赌

    an arrangement to risk money on the result of a particular event

    用法解析

    1.

    [i][t]

    打赌;押(赌注)

    to bet money

    She always wagered on an outsider.

    她总是把赌注押在不大可能获胜的马上。

    to wager £50 on a horse

    在一匹马上押 50 英镑的赌注

    I had wagered a great deal of money that I would beat him.

    我下了大赌注打赌,这次比赛我会赢他的。

    2.

    [t]~ (that)…

    打赌;打包票

    used to say that you are so confident that sth is true or will happen that you would be willing to bet money on it

    I'll wager that she knows more about it than she's saying.

    我敢打赌,她知道的比她说的要多。

    1.

    赌金,赌注;打赌

    2.

    赌博

    1.

    打赌;担保,保证

    1.

    an agreement between two people that whoever loses a bet on an uncertain outcome will pay the other a specific amount or another form of compensation

    2.

    a sum of money, piece of property, or other compensation to be paid to the person who wins a bet

    3.

    in former times, a pledge to engage in combat, especially in order to establish guilt or innocence by single combat

    4.

    an agreement to win or lose an amount of money depending on the result of a competition or other event

    1.

    an agreement between two people that whoever loses a bet on an uncertain outcome will pay the other a specific amount or another form of compensation

    2.

    a sum of money, piece of property, or other compensation to be paid to the person who wins a bet

    3.

    in former times, a pledge to engage in combat, especially in order to establish guilt or innocence by single combat

    4.

    an agreement to win or lose an amount of money depending on the result of a competition or other event

    1.

    to risk or bet money or property on the outcome of a game, event, or uncertain situation

    2.

    to agree to win or lose an amount of money depending on the result of a competition or other event

    语法用例

    例句1:

    I walked as if for a wager, mile after mile, till a turn brought me in view of the Heights; but no Catherine could I detect far or near.

    我好像是去下赌注似的走着,走了一哩又一哩,后来转一个弯,我望见了那山庄;可是不论远近我都瞧不见凯瑟琳。

    例句2:

    Or two ' Group Wind ' no good cards, but they use the victim cash not much weakness, made no money to wager had to leave.

    或者两个‘群风’都没好牌,但他们利用受害者现金不多的弱点,逼得对方无钱下注不得不离开。

    例句3:

    I would wager that no one all over the world could honestly claim that they feel a stronger affinity towards you than I do.

    我打赌,这世上无人敢用真心保证,他对你的眷恋会比我对你更深刻。

    例句4:

    Pig Yue: "Food and drink Piao wager, nothing will not do" , God great anger Yue: "Also want to be a nation a staff with you! ! ! "

    猪曰:“吃喝嫖赌,无所不为”,上帝更大怒曰:“凭你也想当国家干部!!!”

    例句5:

    DingZhaoHui admire words fly wager art, he made friends with little star, trying to change the little star since closed.

    丁兆辉很佩服言飞的赌术,他和小星交上了朋友,试图改变小星的自闭。

    例句6:

    The company has made no noise at all on the issue, other than what I would wager is a rather conspicuous silence.

    微软对这件事没有发表任何言论,我敢打赌是十分明显的沉寂。

    例句7:

    The jockey wanted him to show the animal's gait, and urged him to trot with him for a wager.

    这个赛马骑师让他展示一下这匹马的步法,竭力要他骑马慢跑和他打个赌。

    例句8:

    "Hmmm, " said the Abbot as they reached the heated brass doors of the shorter abishai's domain. "Do I hear another wager being made? "

    “嗯…”议员说。这时他们已走近了矮个子的办公室的黄铜大门,“我是不是听到你又开了一桩赌?”

    例句9:

    And I'll close with you on the bet. I'll wager anything you want that 'Ephemera' is accepted either on the first or second offering.

    我可以跟你用你想要的任何东西打赌,《蜉蝣》头一次或第二次投出去就会被采用的。

    例句10:

    "I'll wager that you've never been interviewed in a kitchen, " he said, not unkindly.

    “我相信你从没有在厨房里跟人会谈,”他说,口气不能说不亲切。

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