do you want to bet


do you want to bet
(do you) want to bet I think you are wrong.

“She wouldn't go out with you if you paid her.” “Want to bet?”

Usage notes: often used with how much:

“No bank would be stupid enough to lend him any money.” “How much do you want to bet?”


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • How much do you want to bet? — informal, informal something that you say when you do not believe that what someone has just said will be true. I don t think she d be stupid enough to lend him any money. How much do you want to bet? …   New idioms dictionary

  • want to bet — (do you) want to bet I think you are wrong. “She wouldn t go out with you if you paid her.” “Want to bet?” Usage notes: often used with how much: “No bank would be stupid enough to lend him any money.” “How much do you want to bet?” …   New idioms dictionary

  • want to bet? — want to (or wanna) bet? informal used to express vigorous disagreement with a confident assertion You can t be with me every moment. Want to bet? …   Useful english dictionary

  • I Know What You Want — «I Know What You Want» …   Википедия

  • bet — [[t]be̱t[/t]] ♦♦♦ bets, betting (The form bet is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle.) 1) VERB If you bet on the result of a horse race, football game, or other event, you give someone a sum of money which they… …   English dictionary

  • bet — bet1 S1 [bet] v past tense and past participle bet present participle betting 1.) [I and T] to risk money on the result of a race, game, competition, or other future event →↑gamble ▪ How much do you want to bet? bet (sb) that ▪ He bet me £10 that …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bet — bet1 /bet/, v., bet or betted, betting, n. v.t. 1. to wager with (something or someone). v.i. 2. to make a wager: Do you want to bet? 3. you bet! Informal. of course! surely!: You bet I d like to be there! n …   Universalium

  • You Bet Your Life — war eine der beliebtesten Quiz Shows Nordamerikas der 1950er Jahre. Moderiert wurde die Sendung von Groucho Marx und seinem Assistenten George Fenneman, der als straight guy Grouchos Stichwortgeber und Gegenpart spielte. Sie lief von 1947 bis… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • You bet your life — war eine der beliebtesten Quiz Shows Nordamerikas der 1950er Jahre. Moderiert wurde die Sendung von Groucho Marx und seinem Assistenten George Fenneman, der als straight guy Grouchos Stichwortgeber und Gegenpart spielte. Sie lief von 1947 bis… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • bet — ▪ I. bet bet 1 [bet] verb bet PTandPP or betted betting PRESPART [intransitive, transitive] …   Financial and business terms