bet on. v. 1. To place a bet of some amount on some event: I bet $5 on the first race of the evening. I'm not going to bet on the last race. 2. To place a bet of some amount on some participant in an event: We bet $200 on the home team, but they lost. Don't bet anything on me in this game; I'm not a very good player.
bet on - place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
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. See also: bet , on
One meaning is that something has a near certainty of being right: You can bet on it; you can bet your life on it; etc. This usage is often used metaphorically, but it can be used in concrete situation in some contexts.
An acception of an invitation, also meaning Yes. A sign of approval. Most do not use it sparingly, but add it to spice up sentences. Not referring to, "making a bet."
an act of risking money on something that may happen in the future: make a bet on sth A lot of people made a bet on housing and lost. a bet pays off He borrowed heavily to start the business, and the bet has paid off. a guess or opinion: Jenson's bet is that properties will remain scarce and rents will keep rising.
informal (also I wouldn't bet on it) used to tell someone that you think something is unlikely to be true or to happen : "Do you think they'll give me back the money they owe me?"
Meaning of You Bet- And Professional Usage No Comments on Meaning of You Bet- And Professional Usage Posted in Articles By Samuel Posted on October 2, 2021 October 2, 2021 When you are in professional settings, you are required to choose your words wisely.